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Thanksgiving / Snow / Homeless #565990

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 23, 1989
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Record snowfall in E. on Thanksgiving Day reported; scenes shown from NYC, Boston, Massachusetts, DC. Report introduced.

(NYC: Bill Schechner) Visit with homeless families on Thanksgiving featured; scenes shown of Donna Graham and her family. [SON, GRAHAM - comment on their plight.] [New York Coalition for the Homeless Robert HAYES - talks about the homeless.] [In shelter in Los Angeles, California, Vickie WILLIAMSON - comments.] [In Atlanta, Georgia, Mrs. STEVENSON - talks about helping the less fortunate.] [HAYES - discusses important of housing.] [GRAHAM - comments.]

Schechner, Bill;
Williams, Mary Alice

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