Many Street Newspapers, Which Benefit People Experiencing Homelessness, Have Halted Sales

Many news outlets have kept publishing, even in the face of physical distancing and shelter-in-place orders. But for street newspapers and magazines—publications sold by individuals experiencing homelessness or who are low-income—the pandemic has brought more challenges.

“It’s been really, really hard for everybody,” said Tim Harris, who started Real Change, a weekly newspaper with a professional news staff, in Seattle in 1994.

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