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These children are all part of a tutoring program called Project Northstar. They were asked to write essays about “what is homelessness,” and these are their answers.
Project Northstar matches homeless, formerly homeless, and at-risk children with adult tutors, There are currently more than 150 students in the program, and they meet once a week with tutors at five different sites throughout the city.