HOMELESS CHILDREN

“At the time, I lived in a temporary housing shelter called the General Scott Hotel. Jim came through the doors and said, “Hey kids, you wanna go take pictures?” I have no clue why, but I was so thrilled! That day he introduced me to an entirely new world. It was the best thing that could’ve happened to me. I am truly grateful to Jim Hubbard. For me, Shooting Back was an outlet through which I learned, that any circumstance could be overcome through the empowerment of others.”

These images were shot by homeless children while involved with Shooting Back.org.

Joe Andrews, 13. Washington, D.C 1989.
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Tamicka Hodge, 12. Washington D.C 1989.
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Arthur Taylor, 10. Washington, D.C 1989.
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Shadonna, Washington D.C, 1989.
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Calvin Stewart, 17. Alexandria, VA 1989.
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Berry Paul, 9. Washington D.C 1989.
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Jermaine, 12. Washington, D.C 1989.
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Chris Heflin, 9. Alexandria, VA 1990.
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Calvin Stewart, 17. Wahington, D.C 1989.
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Chris Heflin, 9. Alexandria, VA 1990.
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David Burch, 12. Washington, D.C 1989.
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Daniel Hall, 9. Washington, D.C 1989.
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Dion Johnson, 11. Washington, D.C 1989.
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