Street Kid in the City
Raw, immediate, absorbing, this volume presents the true account of life on the streets of Perth, written by a teenage streetkid. Part diary and part interview, the text provides a voice to an underclass that has often been ignored, categorized and patronized. Amongst the despair and the violence there is an invitation to understanding. The author hopes that, by understanding what actually happens on the streets, what juveniles are like and how they can be helped, the Australian government might make an improvement with problems, solutions and relationships with juveniles.
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