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  • [Have the homeless become so invisible]

  • [we wouldn't notice our own family members living on the street?]

  • [People agreed to pose as homeless]

  • [Then we had their unsuspecting relatives walk by]

  • My sister and her family have lived in New York for like 8 years now.

  • She took care of me when I was a little kid because my parents were working.

  • Every Sunday I cook, and uncle calls me.

  • And, uh, he will be like "Hey! What are you making?"

  • Nobody meets in bars anymore, but I met my wife in a bar.

  • You know, 34 years later, still working.

  • My grandma had a lot of costumes from the theater that she started.

  • When we were kids, we'd dressed up in those costumes, and we'd put on little sketches for the family.

  • In my whole life, I've always felt like we were like a team, my brother and I.

  • I think there's nobody who can understand you quite like your family.

  • That's my cousin.

  • That's really weird.

  • She ain't even look.

  • I know she is not homeless.

  • Cause I just hung out with her a couple weeks ago.

  • But I mean it's...

  • I did not know that that person walking...when I was walking by is her.

  • It''s ...You know, things are a lot more real...

  • than you expect, so..

  • [Change how you see the homeless]

[Have the homeless become so invisible]

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Have the Homeless Become Invisible#當家人成為街友(隱藏字幕)

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    Solomon Wolf posted on 2021/01/02
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