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Thirty years ago, I was living in lush, beautiful Marin County, on the other side of the Golden Gate from San Francisco.  At that time it was one of the most expensive places in America to live.  Well, as faith would have it, my mom got sick, and I moved home to New Orleans.

Last month, I sat down with my friend Clarence Adams Sr. to discuss the current state of homelessness in New Orleans, LA.  Mr. Adams is currently the Administrator at Ozanam Inn, a homeless shelter for men, where he has worked for the past sixteen years. In this video, Mr Adams discusses the definition of "homeless," and the way Ozanam works to make homeless people Whole from a holistic perspective, including programs that go beyond just serving meals.

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