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Language matters in the work to restore dignity | USA Today

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Kim Wolfe saw a news report about a mother sharing a hotel room with her eight children, one of whom was battling kidney failure, and immediately felt a tug.

The mother, Ebon Sledge, wasn’t considered homeless because of the hotel room roof over her head but was considered housing insecure.

Wolfe, who works as developmental director for Open Doors, an organization helping Georgia residents battling homelessness and housing insecurity, knew she wanted to reach out.

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