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Segment 7 (No More Victims) Part I #722097

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 19, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Houston: Catherine Mitchell) The story of schoolchildren whose parents are in prison presented; scenes shown from M. G. Smiley High School in Houston. [In group class, several STUDENTS - talk about their situations.] [No More Victims founder Marilyn GAMBRELL†- says children of incarcerated parents is a national epidemic.] [North Forest school district superintendent Ed WALKER†- says these seniors are going to college because of the program.] [Senior Brandon O'NEAL†- says his father left on Christmas Eve; states he would be dead without the group.]

Brown, Aaron;
Mitchell, Catherine

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