“Jacob Savage can’t meet me in his office, which is temporarily housed in the Indochinese Housing Development Corporation, because the space is being used as a kids’ summer camp. Instead, he asks if we can meet nearby at the San Francisco City Impact Thrift Store, a small space in the heart of the Tenderloin. When he shows up, he is carrying a trumpet in one hand. There is also a slide whistle — the kind given out at kid birthday parties — sticking out of his back pocket. “Hey man, I’ve met you before,” one of the store’s employees says to him. “On the street. You were playing that thing,” he says, pointing to the trumpet.”
Read the whole article, Cause for Concrn here.
Learn more about Jacob Savage’s project, Concrn here.