Why the homeless man who graduated from Harvard is still on the streets

photo of beggar woman reading the book in underground subway

Terrance McCoy’s article on Alfred Postell was so compelling he wrote a follow-up article on July 16th. This follow up continues to illustrate the non-discriminatory nature of mental illness and the challenges that those trying to help them face.

“…We ask ourselves how they can live like that. … But many also were full of hopes, dreams and possibilities beyond comprehension before mental illness struck them down.”

Read the whole article here.

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