Amy Bernoski-Ebnet of the nonprofit Rita's Hope, right, gives a homeless man a hug at a soon-to-be-demolished homeless camp that sits on private property, southeast of downtown Fort Worth.
Amy Bernoski-Ebnet of the nonprofit Rita's Hope, right, gives a homeless man a hug at a soon-to-be-demolished homeless camp that sits on private property, southeast of downtown Fort Worth. Khampha Bouaphanh Star-Telegram
Amy Bernoski-Ebnet of the nonprofit Rita's Hope, right, gives a homeless man a hug at a soon-to-be-demolished homeless camp that sits on private property, southeast of downtown Fort Worth. Khampha Bouaphanh Star-Telegram

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