Randy and Dina

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While walking around Atlanta, GA, I happened to find a park with over 10 people living in it. Thing is this very small park was smack dab in the middle of the city with major streets on either side. Hundreds of cars pass by every hour, yet these people remain invisible.

Interesting the park is named “Mayor’s Park”. You can see an aerial photo here.

Randy and Dina tell the real-life story of life on streets and the struggle it takes just to survive.

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