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This Guy Moved Into His Parents’ House So a Homeless Family Could Live in His

Brit Hanson

"There was always a room available for anyone who needed it in Anthony Tolbert’s childhood home. 'As far back as I can remember, there was always someone staying at our house,' he says. That hospitality gave Tolbert a sense of connection to others regardless of class, race, or income. Now he’s carrying the tradition forward by lending his house to homeless families for year-long stays."

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  • Hillary Newman

    It's awesome to hear that Anthony Tolbert’s acts are inspiring others to do the same. Spread the word!

    • Brit Hanson

      No kidding. I think there's something contagious about being a good neighbor. It makes all the difference.