You may know him on Facebook as Arnold Joseph Jeanpierre, or on the street as JoeRi$$H. You may see him selling T-Shirts at local events, or you might even catch him at a city council meeting. He is a positive force in this city doing his part to leave his community better then he found it.
Filmed on location entirely at CHEZ FAB. Shot and edited by Cindy Wonderful.
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