They Call Me Black
William Daniels was homeless for over 12 years. TOP worked with William when he was on the street.
Then, through a crisis that almost cost him his life, William was able to get Social Security disability assistance. TOP teens provided the security deposit that got him into his first apartment.
Since then, William has volunteered with organizations and ministries that reach out to homeless people. One of those ministries is TOP.
William is now our Senior Field Coordinator for The Street, TOP’s ministry with homeless people, and has begun to share his story with others.
Thanks to studio time donated by George Hodgkis of Browntown, VA, we recorded They Call Me Black – An Interview with William Daniels. It lasts 35 minutes.
William talks about hunger, isolation, drugs and the things that keep homeless people on the street. He also shares how people encouraged him and helped him seek a better life.