In Hanford, 20-year-old Leo Gonzalez decided to expose why people were unfazed and are hardened to homelessness. He was once homeless, too. He soon acquired a point and shoot camera and began the Life Project YouTube page of sorrow, tragedy, regret and hope.
The Bee’s Andrea Castillo wrote about him and his project in an article published May 11 on fresnobee.com.
However, his camera, tripod and audio equipment worth $900 were stolen. It is my prayer that people will help Gonzalez replace his stolen equipment by donating through his GoFundMe.com campaign.
You also can follow The Life Project on @LifeProjectTV and Instagram at TheLifeProjectTV.
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