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    Tiffany Woodley is a homeless mother of two. Her son, Tae'Quan Woodley, 10, plays football and her daughter, Ke'Yani Woodley, 6, is trying out to be a cheerleader. The family slept in their car for two weeks before going to the homeless shelter on July 4th.

Tiffany Woodley is a homeless mother of two. Her son, Tae'Quan Woodley, 10, plays football and her daughter, Ke'Yani Woodley, 6, is trying out to be a cheerleader. The family slept in their car for two weeks before going to the homeless shelter on July 4th. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
Tiffany Woodley is a homeless mother of two. Her son, Tae'Quan Woodley, 10, plays football and her daughter, Ke'Yani Woodley, 6, is trying out to be a cheerleader. The family slept in their car for two weeks before going to the homeless shelter on July 4th. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer

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