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Streets to Stage Recap

18 October 2016

Want to catch up on all the media coverage of our Streets to Stage tour? Check out the links below

From the streets to the stage

While the heartbreaking story of two young teenagers begins on the streets of Sydney, it doesn’t end there. Tragedy struck both Dwaine and Owen in different ways but saw them take the same path towards homelessness.

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Once homeless rappers tour NSW for Salvos Campaign

Two young rappers are using their past experiences of living on the streets to raise awareness and funds for The Salvation Army’s annual youth homelessness campaign, The Couch Project.

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How The Couch Project is helping get homeless youth off the streets

Owen Davis and Jason Poutawa speak to The Daily Edition about the Salvation Army's initiative and what you can do to help.

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National Homelessness Week

2Ser feature an interview with two young artists, Owen and Dwaine, who have transformed their past experiences on the streets into music and activism, inspiring and educating the public on the issue of youth homelessness couchsurfing as part of National Homelessness Week.

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Homelessness Reality

For Owen and Dwaine homelessness was a reality they faced everyday.

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Couchsurfing wipeout

Listen to Salvos Radio interview with Dwaine.

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