Former homeless student, Georgetown grad: 'Your blessing is there waiting for you'

Rashema Melson spent most of her life living in homeless shelters in Washington DC. She will soon graduate from Georgetown University.
1:21 | 05/20/19

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You. I want to help to get back only hoaxes. Educate people only hope people with a gain employment I want to leave myself from my experience. To speak to people instill hope and that's the biggest thing one can hope and if you have hope he can do anything. Homelessness is just the start Wednesday. It's not hold the person is it is at the times they are. Saying it's very defensive excellence and say I would've never again today he was. My. He ahead in this I'll evaluate Indo. Lay your way. Circumstances in your surroundings define who lives because you are not only. You are not homeless person live now we're.

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