Day: May 22, 2014

Pro Bono Summer Reading: “Invisible Child”

Interested in a good read for the upcoming long weekend? Check out last December’s five-part series in The New York Times about a family living in a homeless shelter in Brooklyn, NY. Through the story of 11-year-old Dasani, who is one of 22,000 homeless children in New York, “Invisible Child” shines a harsh light on the alarming increase of homeless youth in recent years and our nation’s problem of vast inequality. It’s one of the most powerful pieces we’ve read this year. We’ve previously discussed how even the most well-meaning and sensitive pro bono volunteers can have a hard time

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