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This is the story of five men without a home.

Music courtesy of Serphonic, “On the Way.”

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Fay Abuelgasim was surprised to find taquerias side by side with Senegalese, Chinese and Greek restaurants in the Mission. She thought they would only be Latin. The homeless people outside the 16th street BART station also amazed her. From Sudan, a war ravaged nation, she has seen poverty, but was not expecting so much in the United States.

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  1. If you stay in a shelter long enough you’ll end up as a drunk drug addict or what?

    that’s not tru you stupid muthfucka!! being homeless does’t make you a drug or drunk!! being homeless give’s me the hunger 4 success and im getting it peace

  2. What’s the point of this video?
    Not all homeless people are drunk drug addicts?
    If you stay in a shelter long enough you’ll end up as a drunk drug addict or what?

  3. So these people came from somewhere else with no way to support themselves.Who’s paying for those shelters?