BREAKING: Sean’s Outpost Under Attack on Birthday

Sean’s Outpost Homeless Outreach turned one year old today. In the span of one year, we have fed 60,000 meals to the homeless people in the Pensacola area, secured a nine acre property with plans to open a campground for those in need of a safe area to stay, and opened a thrift store all […]

Mike and Adam of Sean’s Outpost Encounter a Yard Bull

This weekend Mike Kimberl and Adam Richard of Sean’s Outpost Homeless Outreach were hassled by a yard bull (railroad officer) as Adam and another member were attempting to deliver food to a homeless camp. I interviewed them the other night to get their perspective. Bama, a wheelchair bound homeless man, was the subject of harassment […]

Blanketgate: A Tale of Theft and Direct Action

When Pensacola City Council passed a Panhandling Ordinance essentially outlawing homelessness, one would think that would be bad enough. Where are people supposed to go when it gets colder? Is the ordinance going to be applied to shoppers who camp out for Black Friday? When the City Council declares homelessness to be an “eyesore” and […]

An Evening in Satoshi Forest

The smell of fire permeates the air as we get closer to the campsite. Satoshi Forest is nine acres, but only a small portion is used for camping. The community feel of the Forest is reinforced as Adam, Bob, John, Ian, and two young boys gather fire wood; my husband and I join them in […]

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