The right thing to do is simply the right thing to do.
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Who’s watching your back?
Local artist Trent Dion Soto showcased his documentary, Among the Discarded, at the Dixie Theatre on Saturday.
For 30 days, Soto lived as a homeless man on the streets of Skid Row in Los Angeles to address the epidemic of homelessness in the United States.
Soto learned many lessons and endured many things during the 30 days, which have brought about fundamental change within his own life.
Soto said the message of the film is acknowledgement. As much as the homeless need and want food, clothes and shelter, they also need and want to be acknowledged as human beings.
Their season didn’t end as they had hoped, but Louisiana Tech University’s basketball program for women still enjoyed plenty of success.
As some of the recent weather-related disasters in Alabama and Missouri have shown us, the unexpected can hit any time.
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