Kate Towson’s Fight for Human Rights

The Dream Share Project recently interviewed Kate Towson, an Americorps Vista working for Sacramento Steps Forward in the fight against homelessness. Kate has been involved in numerous human rights issues during her life, focusing on women’s rights, reproductive rights, gay rights, and ending homelessness among others. One of the defining moments of Kate’s life was […]

Ending homelessness for the people you don’t like

This dream was shared by Kate Towson, a  24 year old living Sacramento, CA. Kate works for Sacramento Steps Forward in the effort to end homelessness in the city. When I first got this job at Sacramento Steps Forward I assumed that advocating for ending chronic homelessness would be “easy”. At the time, I thought […]

A Life of Adventure, Empowerment, Activism, and Dancing

This dream was shared by Kate Towson, a 23 year old living in Sacramento working for Sacramento Steps Forward, an organization that creates initiatives to rally the community towards a shared and collective effort to end homelessness. My dream is to make everything an adventure and to never be afraid to strike out on my […]