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I met Jeff in Vancouver, British Columbia. When I asked him what a day was like he responded “pretty much invisible”.

Jeff got a job and the guy that hired him offered him a place to stay. When the place was robbed Jeff was thrown out because he was an ex-drug addict and ex-homeless person.

Total, Jeff has been on the streets for six years. When he sleeps inside he now feels caged.

Jeff is very smart. He knew a lot about cameras and we had a great conversation before and after this video.

Please do me a favor; watch and listen to what Jeff wants the public to know about homelessness.

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