The News & Record did a story on the financially struggling Joseph’s House, a homeless shelter which serves young men 18-21 — a particularly vulnerable group. The headline reads, “Greensboro’s shelter for teenage boys, young men trying to stay open.” That’s followed by a few sentences introducing one of the residents, but the rest of the story is hidden behind the paywall. That means that homeless advocates (like me) can’t use social media (blogs, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) to link to the full story, which actually tells what’s happening and what Joseph’s House needs. Why do a story on a homeless shelter that needs help from the public and then hide it from the public? Bad call, New & Record. Please rescue this story from behind the paywall so that more people can see it and help Joseph’s House help more young homeless men in Greensboro!!