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Working Homeless #308251

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 12, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(NYC: Harold Dow) Plight of working homeless and homeless looking for work such as Charles Shapiro and Norman Hahn, respectively, examined. [SHAPIRO, HAHN - cite importance of work to them.] [J. Levine Company spokesperson Dan LEVINE - comments on discovering employee Shapiro is homeless; doubts he would have hired him had he known initially.] [SHAPIRO - describes life; remains committed to succeeding once again.] [National Coalition for the Homeless spokesperson Tom STYRON - cites range of professions and occupations of homeless.] [HAHN - notes possibility of anyone becoming homeless.] [ACLU spokesperson Rob LEVY - comments.] Impact of lack of affordable hsing. on homeless discussed. [HAHN - is frightened.] [SHAPIRO - cites Bible passage.]

Dow, Harold;
Rather, Dan

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