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E64 Meet Michael Reinmiller

Human dignity for the houseless and hungry

Today’s guest is Michael Reinmiller. Michael is a local advocate whose passion is human dignity, specifically how communities treat their houseless and hungry neighbors.  He serves on the board of Fresh Start, and built the first little free pantry in Lincoln which has expanded to over 35 more.

  1. Cities and their policies can be houseless friendly or houseless hostile
  2. Architecture can be friendly or hostile in a city
  3. Neighbors can still help neighbors humans- pantries
  4. Donate to your closest pantry directly, or to the go fund me https://www.gofundme.com/f/255xqpg4ao

https://journalstar.com/niche/l-magazine/the-tale-of-a-little-free-pantry-in-lincolns-near-south-neighborhood/article_3696de70-d640-5c4b-920d-027067486ec5.html

https://journalstar.com/opinion/letters/letter-2-23-downtown-benches-send-a-message/article_c7960ddf-bb61-5f0d-9fd8-75024ab3f5cb.html

Recommended reading: The Summer of 1927 by Bill Bryson

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