|Posted by Insane Buzz on July 23, 2018 at 1:25 AM|
Grover, a Grand Canyon University student, said the idea was born out of passion and boredom. She wasn’t allowed to get a job because her mom wanted her to focus on schoolwork. Instead, she left her camera and a notebook in her car and began stopping to talk to homeless people holding cardboard signs.
Of the roughly 60 people Grover approached for her blog, 45 agreed to be interviewed and photographed.
Grover met the subject of her second interview, Rocky, in Tempe, Arizona, on Halloween in 2016. Rocky was a Navy veteran in a wheelchair who lived under a bridge. Rocky, who traveled with a group of about 20 homeless people, was well-known in the Tempe area for being friendly and saying hello to everyone.
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