“I was always a soldier, but I was a soldier in the wrong army.” Noah Patton has always been a fighter. After leaving his life on the streets behind, Patton turned his focus to fighting a different battle: revitalizing his community in Flint, Michigan.
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Patton leads a group of workers who perform much-needed yard work and maintenance in neglected neighborhoods. Strengthened by his faith, Patton believes in healing his community one person at a time. As he explains, "Instead of being part of the problem, we're part of the solution."
In this short film directed by Dana Romanoff, hear Patton's inspiring story of hope and redemption.
Edited by Blue Chalk Media.
He Grew Up on the Streets, Now He's Making Them a Better Place | Short Film Showcase