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The Coldest Winter

Homeless activists seek solutions

From the November, 2009 issue

The line outside St. Andrew's Episcopal Church starts forming before 7 a.m. Sometimes as many as sixty men, women, and teens wait for the doors to open to free hot oatmeal, grits, and coffee. At night, more are seeking shelter at the Delonis Center or local churches. Some who can't find a place, or can't abide the place's rules, sleep out in parks and vacant

 
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