In our Winter issue, our cover story is on David Hills, who works as an outreach worker with S.N.U.G. — guns spelled backward. After serving prison time himself for a shooting, he now strives to stop people from killing.
Click on the cover image to view the full pdf or pick up a copy this weekend when our 39th issue comes out.
In other news, The Stand welcomed a new board member.
Dale Harp joined The Stand as a board member in November but has been connected with the publication since 2013. He was first featured in The Stand’s pages for being a local, published author of “The Day My Dawgs Ran,” a book he wrote while incarcerated. He wanted to share his personal stories about going down the wrong path as a way to encourage youth to make better choices.
He next participated in The Stand’s recent summer-long storytelling series From Where We Stand. Now he is eager to be further involved as a board member. Harp is also a volunteer at the Mary Nelson Youth Center, Faith Hope Community Center and member of Citizen Action of NY.