The most exquisite part of A Sense of Home is that the remarkable youth who were once the recipients of ASOH —are now the leaders of this movement. Our 7 employees are former foster youth.Once seen as victims, they are now agents of change. If anyone, in this country has a right to be mad as hell it is these kids. They have been violently abused, abandoned, and passed off to one institution to the other and are further marginalized by their race and sexual orientation. Through their ability to survive against all odds, they are determined to channel those unique skills to be the change they seek. They are walking the walk and lighting up hope with every step they take. They are my heroes.