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"Champions for Change" / New York, New York / The Homeless / Angels in Orange #1126418

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 22, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(New York: Bill Weir) The "Angels in Orange," who work to help the homeless in New York City, profiled; scenes shown; details given about this new model of housing the homeless first. [Once homeless, Robert OFFLEY†- shows where he used to live & how they changed his life.] [United Pathways Frederick SHACK†, case manager Martha VALENTINE†, case aide Charles YARBOROUGH†- talk about housing options.] [Formerly homeless, Robert BURROUGHS†- cites his goals.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Bill Weir) The role of Angels in Orange in giving the homeless dignity discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tomorrow's special on "Champions for Change" noted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Weir, Bill;
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