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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / Volunteer Summit #172762

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 27, 1997
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Philadelphia: John Donvan) The three-day volunteer summit in Philadelphia featured; scenes shown of President Clinton and other dignitaries helping paint a wall and from the opening ceremonies. [CLINTON, summit co-chairman former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Colin POWELL, former president Jimmy CARTER - speak out.]

(Philadelphia: Karla Davis) The debate over the volunteer summit examined. [National People's Campaign Larry HOLMES, homeless advocate Frank ALEXANDER - say in actuality government programs are being cut.] [Author/conservative columnist Arianna HUFFINGTON, author/consultant Susan ELLIS, "little brother" "STEVIE"- raise questions about the problems of children.]

Davis, Karla;
Donvan, John;
Simpson, Carole

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