Judy Graves: Vancouver homeless advocate's lasting legacy

For almost 20 years Judy Graves has been advocating for Vancouver's homeless. Inspiring the homeless counts with her own mini-survey, Graves' advocacy and compassion for people living on the street is unparalleled. As the city's only full-time homelessness advocate prepares to retire next month, Megaphone talks to Graves, the person who knows Vancouver's homelessness issue the best.

Also in this issue: Check Your Head asks you to check your assumptions about youth and activism; John MacInnis questions the motives of anti-gentrification protestors in the DTES; Union Gospel Mission teams up with Elections BC to get low-income people to the voting booth; sex worker advocates ask for leave to president evidence at Supreme Court prostitution case; Megaphone prepares to launch its Voices of the Street literary issue; horoscopes; arts listings; and much more!

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