These Muslim men are disrupting cycles of homelessness after prison

Screengrab of article header, with image showing cycle between incarceration and homelessness, via Scalawag Magazine

Baquee Sabur's life changed when he had to spend a night sleeping under a Houston overpass. "It was horrible," Sabur said. "Every car that pounces on there, you hear it. It's a dark place. You want to fall asleep, but you don't know if anyone's going to approach you. It's dirty, and you're hanging out where bugs and rats are."

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