Young, Poor, Invisible 

In Alameda County, job scarcity and high tuition rates are causing more youth to join the hidden poor.

By all measures, Randy Joseph defied the stereotypes about homeless people. A graduate of Kennedy High School in Richmond, he didn't do drugs. He didn't have a criminal record or a mental illness. He'd held a few retail jobs and taken classes…

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