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Los Angeles, California / Youth / Violent Death #160334

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 11, 1995
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper) The view of young people in America on the prospects of violent death examined; scenes shown from south central Los Angeles, where death from violent crime is routine. [20- year-old black woman Kenesha WALKER, coroner's office Erwin BEESON, Angelus Funeral Home Blanche McCONNELL - talk about death by violence.] The trend of encouraging young people to plan their own funerals noted. [Pre-need funeral planner Maurice RAMBUS, Angelus funeral home Kim HILL - comment on the young thinking about their deaths.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Simpson, Carole

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