This photographer says his portraits of homeless people in SF tell a national story

Episode Summary

Photographer Robert Gumpert has spent a lot of time wandering around San Francisco, talking with and taking pictures of people he encountered who were living on the street and in shelters. He asked them about the meaning of home and captured many of their stories on tape. The resulting book “Division Street,” named after a street in the city where many have set up tents, will be released this year. Those photos and stories may be local, but Gumpert said the book tells a much broader story — an honest look at American society.

Episode Notes

See more about "Division Street" here.