Carroll

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Carroll is one of the nicest people I have ever met. He made me feel so good just by having a simple conversation with him. A trait I wish more people would put into practice.

Carroll is homeless in Washington, DC. This is not the first time he has lived in the streets. He says this time, he was placed into housing that was not safe so he decided just get up and leave. Carroll says he was so desperate he would have taken any kind of housing.

Carroll is a man of faith. He relies on God to help him make it through the day.


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