Roy Ricks, who spent 27 years of his life on the streets in downtown Miami, now works and takes care of the outside of the Arsht Center, on Biscayne Boulevard. Roy, who just got married, spends his lunch break with his wife, Carolyn Ricks, Tuesday, December 2, 2014. Ricks was part of a job program at the Camillus House, which has helped several formerly homeless men off the street, and achieve their educational, vocational and employment goals.
Roy Ricks, who spent 27 years of his life on the streets in downtown Miami, now works and takes care of the outside of the Arsht Center, on Biscayne Boulevard. Roy, who just got married, spends his lunch break with his wife, Carolyn Ricks, Tuesday, December 2, 2014. Ricks was part of a job program at the Camillus House, which has helped several formerly homeless men off the street, and achieve their educational, vocational and employment goals. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff
Roy Ricks, who spent 27 years of his life on the streets in downtown Miami, now works and takes care of the outside of the Arsht Center, on Biscayne Boulevard. Roy, who just got married, spends his lunch break with his wife, Carolyn Ricks, Tuesday, December 2, 2014. Ricks was part of a job program at the Camillus House, which has helped several formerly homeless men off the street, and achieve their educational, vocational and employment goals. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff

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