Tony Tolbert

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Crenshaw resident who gave up his house to a homeless family for one year

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Two years ago, Tony Tolbert decided to give up his house to a homeless family for one year. After 12 months were up, he did it again, this time to another family.

Giving Away The House

Two years ago, Tony Tolbert decided to give up his house to a homeless family for one year. After 12 months were up, he did it again, this time to another family.

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