Yelitza Castro. Yelitza (right) is an undocumented house cleaner from North Carolina who was driving with her kids one day when they saw a homeless man with a sign that asked for food. When Yelitza didn’t stop, her kids asked “Why?” So she turned the car around. The man was gone, but at that moment she decided to begin feeding homeless men and women in her community every other Saturday. It started on Christmas Eve a few years back, and continues to this day. On StoryCorps, you’ll find a conversation between Yelitza and one of the men she feeds, Willie Davis (left). A happy postscript to this story: Yelitza is covered under last month’s immigration reform executive action, and will soon be a legal resident of the US.



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