Asheville Citizen-Times reports on how Stephanie Robinson — once a crack-addicted prostitute — has turned her life around and is making a difference helping others:
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...Now five years clean and sober, married to “the very nicest man” and working toward a a degree in psychology, Robinson has taken back to the streets to help the women in Asheville who are still walking them. ...
More days than not, Robinson stops on South French Broad or another sex-worker thoroughfare to deliver the small, lovingly-made bags of toiletries, condoms and literature on how to stay safe on the streets that she carries around in her trunk at all times. She approaches women she sees walking the streets, hands them a bag, gives them a hug and tells them she loves them, and asks for nothing in return. ...
Stephanie Robinson was born into a world not unlike that of most middle class kids in Western North Carolina.
newsShe wasn’t a crack baby, wasn’t sexually abused, wasn’t beaten, and although her mother left her to live with her grandparents at an early age, those grandparents were, “good, honest, upright people.” She was a happy, preppy teenage girl who had good friends, was a member of JROTC at Roberson High School and loved shopping. ...
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