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Atlanta, Georgia / Social Problems: Vols. #567276

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 09, 1989
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Vol. effort to solve social problems in Atlanta, Georgia, featured; details given, scenes shown. [Homeless Beverly CHAPMAN - comments on being able to leave her child in shelter staffed by vols. while she looks for work.] [Vol. Nancy OGLESBY - says she works 2 hrs. every morning before going to her chemical engineering job.] [Social Service director Karen GRIFFIN - says vols. help but it is not enough.] [Atlanta's United Way president Mark O'CONNELL - comments on situation.] Problem of low-income housing and one of Atlanta's solutions discussed. [Architect Wilford RAY - comments on project to build housing for poor.] [Project director Renny SCOTT - says more help is needed from government] [O'CONNELL - comments on future.] Atlanta's economy discussed.

Brokaw, Tom

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