At Home At School
It takes Marteya Wright an hour and a half to get to school by bus each day. She spent three weeks in a homeless shelter after couch-surfing at friends’ houses. She presses on, working toward her diploma at Encina despite the obstacles. “My friends keep me motivated,” says Wright. She wants a more comfortable life, but for now she’s working hard to get through school.
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