Yes, Amy Wallace; I enjoyed your Bus 52 video.

Amy Wallace forwarded this note to me and I’m glad she did.  Take a look at what the folks on Bus 52 are up to.  (Thanks for sharing, Amy.)

Bus 52's Bus

Photo: front of a converted 1984 International School Bus.  It looks to be painted green with a cream colored hood.


My name’s Amy Wallace, I’m part of a nonprofit project called Bus 52. We travel around the country making videos about people who are doing inspiring things for their community.

We made a video about Our Thrift Store in Franklin, Tennessee, which is a nonprofit thrift store that employs people with disabilities and puts back all the profits of the store into employing community members.

I thought you and your readers might enjoy the video we make about it, which can be seen here:

Please let me know if you have any questions,

Thanks! Amy

Amy Wallace

Professor Stephen Kuusisto is the author of “Eavesdropping: A Memoir of Blindness and Listening” and the acclaimed memoir “Planet of the Blind”, a New York Times “Notable Book of the Year”. His second collection of poems from Copper Canyon Press, “Letters to Borges, is scheduled for release in November 2012.  In addition to giving literary readings, Steve speaks widely on diversity, disability, education, and public policy.