Help Wanted 

For local day-laborers, the Southside Worker Center offers safety and community

At this time of year, in the depths of winter, there's not even a hint that dawn is near when day-laborers start heading out from their homes to search for work. The destination for many local day-laborers sits inside the Southside Presbyterian…

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