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Daily Difference: What Works (Capital Investment) #581844

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 23, 1991
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(Studio: Faith Daniels) Report introduced.

(Brooklyn: Brad Willis) Accion International, a nonprofit organization from Cambridge, Massachusetts, that has helped people in Latin America build small businesses, and now plans to give similar help back home in the United States featured; scenes shown from Medellin, Colombia, and from Brooklyn, NYC. [In Medellin, two Beles family MEMBERS - (thru translator) say we are better off.] [Accion International Bill BURRUS - talks about helping people become self-supporting.] [Accion International Delma SOTO - says we offer poor Americans an alternative to drugs and crime.] [Curbside marketeer "VETINIO" - (thru translator) explains what a loan could do for him.]

(Studio: Faith Daniels) Sources of funding for Accion cited. Tomorrow's Daily Difference previewed.

Daniels, Faith;
Willis, Brad

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