A Big Helping Of Christmas Compassion At Joseph’s House

December 22, 2013

Joseph’s House is a hospice in Washington, D.C., for people who don’t have a home. Started in 1990, it’s a spot where people with end-stage AIDS and cancer can come to receive food, shelter, medication and community. NPR’s Rachel Martin checks in for the holidays.

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