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Couple opens coffee shop staffed by the homeless

Seth and Kelly Kelley have a Fort Collins, Colorado, coffee shop, where they employ the homeless.

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When Seth and Kelly Kelley went to a heated neighborhood meeting, they were surprised by the negative reaction some had to plans for a new low-income housing project for the homeless. The Colorado couple decided to do something about it.
The Kelleys got the idea to open Redtail Coffee, a small coffee shop that employs the homeless. "The couple was surprised to hear the negative stereotypes and fears some of their neighbors had related to the project," The Coloradoan reported.
The shop's website states: "Our small coffee shop serves a much larger purpose. … Our new employees will be hired ...

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