By Edward Graham Abandoned and left homeless by her drug-abusing parents, Burns High School senior Dawn Loggins of Lawndale, North Carolina was forced to rely on her friends’ spare couches and empty floors for shelter. When teachers and others in the town found out about the plight of the straight-A student, they pitched in to [...]
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