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American Agenda (Economy: Homeless) #120598

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 15, 1989
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(Studio: Peter Jennings ) Report introduced.

(Denver, Colorado: Bettina Gregory) Program in Denver, Colorado, to provide jobs for homeless featured; details given of Osage Initiatives plan, scenes shown. [Formerly homeless man John ARAGON - explains his condition when homeless.] [Osage Initiatives director Earl BELOFSKY - comments.] [Busman. Jack McALLISTER - explains concept of program.] Explanation of how Osage gets and carries out job contracts detailed. [WORKERS, Adolph Coors, Company spokesperson Dan BARTON - praise program.] Educ. and social service programs within Osage noted. [Worker Ron SMITH - says he was saved by Osage.] [Colorado coalition for the homeless spokesperson John PARVENSKY - says this is a model program.] [BELOFSKY - comments.] [ARAGON - says he is finally getting himself together.]

Gregory, Bettina;
Jennings, Peter

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