No Place to call home 

Thousands of Memphians spend their nights in homeless shelters or squatting in abandoned buildings. And the problem is getting worse.

Just before 8 o'clock on a blustery January morning, about 50 men and a few women gather on the front porch of a modest house on Jefferson Avenue in Midtown. Some are bundled in coats, scarves, and hats, while others wear only…

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