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Walter Taylor talks about his life, what led him to being homeless, and the challenges of homeless life. He talks about good jobs he has had in the past; his previous struggle with alcoholism; the way that religion has helped … Continue reading
Miguel Medina describes his childhood years in Puerto Rico, his immigration to the United States as a teenager, and challenging years in Cleveland and Chicago when he struggled to bring up seven children as a single parent. Eventually, he moved … Continue reading
Denzil Acklin and his older sister Genevieve (Genny) Acklin Crawford grew up in the Industrial Mine camp in Superior, Colorado. Their father was a coal miner. They relate their experiences in this milieu, referring particularly to school, fun, family activities, … Continue reading