Margaret 

Braswell gives La-Wanda Frazier, 4, knit mittens and a cap after the child and her mother were served a hot meal at the H.G.D.C. Community Crisis Center in Goldsboro. La-Wanda’s mother, Star Frazier, says she lost her apartment several weeks ago. She and her daughter have come to depend on the center for a few meals a week and some clothing items.
Margaret Braswell gives La-Wanda Frazier, 4, knit mittens and a cap after the child and her mother were served a hot meal at the H.G.D.C. Community Crisis Center in Goldsboro. La-Wanda’s mother, Star Frazier, says she lost her apartment several weeks ago. She and her daughter have come to depend on the center for a few meals a week and some clothing items. tlong@ newsobserver.com
Margaret Braswell gives La-Wanda Frazier, 4, knit mittens and a cap after the child and her mother were served a hot meal at the H.G.D.C. Community Crisis Center in Goldsboro. La-Wanda’s mother, Star Frazier, says she lost her apartment several weeks ago. She and her daughter have come to depend on the center for a few meals a week and some clothing items. tlong@ newsobserver.com

Seeing the Invisible

November 23, 2013 8:00 PM

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