Eugene sprinkler repair technician (on left) Sergio Reyes, and his fellow landscape workers Edu Martinez and Victor Herrera were confronted by a man throwing racial epithets and threats at them at their work site in 2018. 

Eugene sprinkler repair technician (on left) Sergio Reyes, and his fellow landscape workers Edu Martinez and Victor Herrera were confronted by a man throwing racial epithets and threats at them at their work site in 2018. 

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  • Women who are homeless experience sexual violence at a higher rate than housed women. But as the nation grapples with the Me Too movement, homeless women have often been left out of the conversation. Kaia Sand, the executive director of Street Roots, and Courtney Shannon, a Street Roots vendor, homelessness advocate and founder of the group “How Can I Help?“, tell us about the misconceptions around sexual violence and homelessness.

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