Finding a home after 30 years on the streets

Roger Anderson has spent the last three decades without a home after running away from an abusive father at the age of 13. But right before Thanksgiving, at the age of 47, Anderson gained something more than worthy of holiday gratitude: A place to call his own.

Look through a photo essay of Anderson’s last night of homelessness, and his first moments in his new apartment over at Framework.

Photos: Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times

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