A warm, safe place — with cookies: Tradeswomen build tiny homes for homeless women in Seattle | The Seattle Times

“Melinda Nichols, a carpenter since 1972 and longtime board member at the nonprofit that is developing and will operate this tiny village, thought a village specifically for women should be built by women.”

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A warm, safe place — with cookies: Tradeswomen build tiny homes for homeless women in Seattle | The Seattle Times

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  1. Thanks to all these wonderful women to donate their time and fill in where our government doesn’t fullfil it’s duties! It takes us citizens to band together to create a basic human right “SHELTER”.

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