A homeless CEO in El Paso County? 

Exploring the idea of giving people on the streets the resources to solve their own problems

The crowd that rolled into Colorado College's Armstrong Hall on May 9 was mostly a mix of the usual suspects: social workers, nonprofit employees, business owners, frustrated and/or compassionate citizens. And then there were the homeless people. Some shuffled into the "Community…

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