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Children Having Children (Part II) #597478

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 28, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Baltimore: Betty Rollin) The problem of children having children examined by looking at several young unmarried mothers from a predominantly white community near Baltimore, Maryland; scenes shown of teen mothers. [Unwed teen mothers Lisa OYRE, Brenda RICHARDSON, Angie STREJCEK, Angie's grandmother Minerva GREEN, Angie's MOTHER, Rutgers University Dr. David POPENOE, Johns Hopkins medical center Dr. Alain JOFFE - talk about aspects of teen pregnancy, sex and children being raised without fathers.] Statistics on the number and cost of teen pregnancies cited.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Tomorrow's segment on teen pregnancy previewed.

Rollin, Betty;
Williams, Brian

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