Kid Row: Hanging with Baltimore's homeless youth--from the squat to the shelter

Mays is currently staying at a shelter apartment operated by City Steps' Carriage House shelter in Remington. He will be "aged out" of the apartment when he turns 21. "When I'm aged out, it's back to the streets. I don't slack. I work. If I don't make enough to have an apartment, I'll get a tent and live in that. There's no shame as long as I work." 

J. M. Giordano
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