Invisible People

By Ed Nicholson

I was at BlogWorld last week and had the opportunity to hear a presentation by Mark Horvath, advocate for the homeless and creator of   It was humbling.  Powerful.  Inspiring.

Mark’s one of those people who’s walking the talk. He goes out into the world and documents the stories of the homeless, posting them online in a number of different channels (see below).

 As the folks at the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas have done with their Hunger is Unacceptable site, Mark has not shied away from showing clients–people who are affected by the issue, and who would benefit from engagement. The stories hit you in the heart.

I’m going to try to catch up with Mark later to interview him, but meanwhile, you should check out some of the stuff he puts online.

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