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Published September 30, 2013, 12:00 AM

Speaking up for Graffiti Graveyard


“I hope the city has second thoughts about kicking us out of here,” said Mitchell Hall of Duluth, who has been homeless since June. He lives in the tent camp under the freeway and said he considers the people there his family. At left is Tom Jarvis, who lives in the camp about 80 percent of the time. At right are Joel Kilgour, an outreach worker for Loaves and Fishes, and Deb Holman, a street outreach worker for CHUM. (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)
Read the article: Duluth homeless advocates argue to keep 'Graffiti Graveyard' open