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September 11, 2013 12:00 AM

MEEKS: Homelessness is not a necessity

Since I moved to Atlanta, I have experienced the plight of my homeless sisters and brothers in a manner quite different from times in the past. There is a vast difference between knowing people are homeless and seeing them walking around town and sitting down at the table for a meal with a homeless person. This is what happens at the Open Door and it can be a transformative experience.

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