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How one universal basic income experiment is helping the homeless


Miracle Messages founder and CEO Kevin F. Adler, right, with community ambassadors Beverly Stevenson and Brian Whitten in San Francisco.

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More than six years ago, Kevin F. Adler walked the streets of his San Francisco neighborhood with an unusual purpose: He wanted to get to know its homeless residents.

During that time, he met a man named Jeffrey, who had been a missing person for 12 years.

After posting on social media, Adler was able to reconnect Jeffrey with his family, who had not seen him in more than 20 years.

“I started having conversations with folks on the streets, and over and over again, I…


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