Homeless Woman Reunites with her Family After Her Story Was Aired on CNN

Q, has lived on the fringes of Los Angeles’ Skid Row for over 20 years. This area has…
Homeless woman

Q, has lived on the fringes of Los Angeles’ Skid Row for over 20 years. This area has one of the largest concentrations of homeless people in the home. When Q was interviewed, she said she felt vulnerable while living in the main part of Skid Row.

Q who is HIV positive and transgender maintained that the area is much nicer than some areas because she feels loved there. Shirley Raines who has been friends with Q-Q maintained that the main area of Skid Row can be very territorial, a major reason Q and her other gay members decided to live a few blocks away.

Raines owns Beauty 2 the Streetz, a non-profit that offers nice haircuts, food, and makeovers to Skid Row residents. She been catering for Q for the past four years. This homeless woman, Q still maintains a positive look about life despite all she has been through.

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I love life. I love just the smell of nature, the flowers, and plants. This is a world too. We might not have the luxury things that they have down there, but we’re human just like they are.

Q

A few weeks after Q’s story was aired in CNN’s United Shades of America, Raines revealed that Q’s family saw her on the show and brought her home. This is really a good news, after all, everyone deserves a good life.

According to Raines, Q had not been with her for family for 26 years now and only a few homeless people have the opportunity to reunite with their relatives. Indeed, this is a happy ending for this homeless woman.

She’s sleeping in a bed, eating at a table, living the life that everyone deserves to live. She’s got ‘miracle’ written all over her.

Raines

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