Pizzeria helps the homeless in Mexico City

In Mexico City, a pizzeria is drawing praise for its unique approach to social empowerment. For every five pieces of pizza sold, the shop donates one to homeless people.

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    In Mexico City, a pizzeria is drawing praise for its unique approach to social empowerment.

    For every five pieces of pizza sold, the shop donates one to homeless people.

    Founder Alejandro Sosa believes in "teaching people to fish" rather than just giving handouts.

    Al Jazeera’s David Mercer reports from Mexico City.


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