Picture of a sofa on the sidewalk of Safe Park

Safe Park: A Photo Essay

Photos of the “Safe Park” encampment of the activist homeless at Veinte de Agosto Park at Church and Congress in downtown Tucson. See also What Does a Homeless Protest Look Like?

Picture of sign on sidewalk saying "Welcome to Safe Park"

Safe Park announces it is a protest against houselessness

 

Safe Park Guidelines

Safe Park guidelines

 

John Tibbets, bulldog, and J.D. Hall (l to r), current residents of Safe Park

John Tibbets, bulldog, and J.D. Hall (l to r), current residents of Safe Park

 

Picture of a sofa on the sidewalk of Safe Park

Sidewalk Living: The dark line on the sidewalk marks a boundary of long-vanished El Presidio, the fort that spawned Tucson. The couch is just inside the boundary

 

A "dream pod"

Recently renamed “Dream Pods,” the boxes were repainted sky blue with clouds

 

Looking at the Pima County Municipal Court Building from the Safe Park

Looking at pods and a tent in front of the Arizona Superior Court building

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