A recent article in the Contra Costa Times addressed homelessness. The article is about a California church that offers a weekly free lunch to the homeless and those in need of a meal.
The church-sponsored event also offers free hot showers and free haircuts.
This article addresses an issue regarding homelessness carefully, without using any sort of stereotypes.
Several homeless people were interviewed for the article, lending the story an air of authenticity. They are portrayed neutrally, without any negativity.
Interviewing homeless people for an article about a church that helps the homeless makes sense, and gives the homeless, people who don't often have a chance to have their voice heard, the ability to contribute their opinions.
The church's pastor is also interviewed.