Discovering Jimmy Lee Brown

By MICHAEL BANKS,

There was a certain something about Jimmy Lee Brown that would get Anna Kunkel’s attention as she looked over the men and women bunched together, seeking shelter, seeking comfort, seeking anything better than what they had.

They were Chicago’s homeless.

 
 
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