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Amplifying voices of the homeless
A homeless entrepreneur in Greenville has teamed up with local writers, Furman students, designers and advisers to develop Bellows Magazine, a street paper that amplifies the voices of the homeless. According to an op-ed in The Greenville News by Furman student Ben Riddle, the magazine will feature photo essays, local art and a map of relevant services for the homeless. A native of Greenville, Riddle is following an Individualized Curriculum Program (ICP) at Furman in Social Entrepreneurship with a minor in Poverty Studies.