Day laborer Tony Parker, 38, packs a bag with freshly washed clothes Thursday at Love Wins Ministries in Raleigh. Love Wins offers resources and care to Raleigh’s homeless and at-risk populations.
Day laborer Tony Parker, 38, packs a bag with freshly washed clothes Thursday at Love Wins Ministries in Raleigh. Love Wins offers resources and care to Raleigh’s homeless and at-risk populations. tlong@newsobserver.com
Day laborer Tony Parker, 38, packs a bag with freshly washed clothes Thursday at Love Wins Ministries in Raleigh. Love Wins offers resources and care to Raleigh’s homeless and at-risk populations. tlong@newsobserver.com

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