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Posted by: Shelley Hoss on 11/10/2014 | [PRC_COMMENTCOUNT] Comments

At 11, Gabriel Sanchez was already living on the streets. By 12, his attempts at survival had landed him in trouble with the law. By his 18th birthday, he would be incarcerated three times. Those statistics may describe Gabriel on paper, but they don’t come close to telling the story of a child faced with life-and-death decisions, when the hardest thing he should have been facing were his multiplication tables.