Flora Mohammed walks outside her new home built by Habitat for Humanity of Wake County. Mohamed, who was homeless, received help from several local nonprofit groups throughout her journey to homeownership.
Flora Mohammed walks outside her new home built by Habitat for Humanity of Wake County. Mohamed, who was homeless, received help from several local nonprofit groups throughout her journey to homeownership. Ashley Hendricks ahendricks@newsobserver.com
Flora Mohammed walks outside her new home built by Habitat for Humanity of Wake County. Mohamed, who was homeless, received help from several local nonprofit groups throughout her journey to homeownership. Ashley Hendricks ahendricks@newsobserver.com

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