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Levite is homeless in Wichita, Kansas. Right now he lives in a weekly rate, rundown hotel. These hotels are normally in a bad area and are not safe.

His mom was drinking and kicked him out, which is how he became homeless.

Levite just found a job and is now working trying to get far away from the current environment. He also has plans to go back to school.

Special thanks to Wichita Children’s Home

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