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Cal State Long Beach student Shellv Candler, 28, in back, helps her mother, Genice Candler-Brown, 60, find mystery books at the Long Beach Public Library in July.

 

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Cal State Long Beach student Shellv Candler receives direction from Valerie Kelsey, assistant director, Center for Scholarship Information and Financial Literacy, where Candler works before attending class.

 

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Shellv Candler gets ready for another day as her mother, Genice Candler-Brown rests in the living room of their transitional housing in Long Beach.

 

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Shellv Candler prays over her breakfast with her mother, Genice Candler-Brown, in the living room of their transitional home in Long Beach. 

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Shellv Candler, left, shares a light moment with Carmen Taylor, vice president for student services at Cal State Long Beach.

 

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Shellv Candler, right, gets a hug from Zion Smith, assistant dean of students at Cal State Long Beach.

 

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Shellv Candler attends world history class. 

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Shellv Candler does homework at the Long Beach Public Library.

 

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Shellv Candler does homework at the Long Beach Public Library.

 

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Shellv Candler walks toward her campus job as administrative assistant.

 

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Shellv Candler gets a paper plate from under the bunk bed where she and her mother, Genice Candler-Brown, in background, sleep in transitional housing.

 

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Shellv Candler takes the first of two buses on her trip to the university, where she is studying history.

 

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