I taught a homeless man to code
‘When our project is over, I hope Leo will be offered a job somewhere’
For five months I walked past a homeless man on my way to work. He lived near the Hudson river in New York, his belongings piled up in a shopping trolley.
[…] My preconceptions about homelessness have been shattered. I always thought homeless people were isolated, but Leo is part of a very supportive community. He says the hardest thing is not the practical challenges but society’s view of him. […]
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