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War Stories / Two Women #789307

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 06, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The story of two different women from two different times who have so much in common presented; family scenes & photos shown. [Husband killed in Iraq, Jackie LIVAUDAIS†- explains how her son misses his father; comments on Karen's point of view.] ["Hero Mama" author Karen Spears ZACHARIAS†- remembers how her father's death in Vietnam shaped her life; states she sees her mother's story in Jackie; hopes she can bring a sense of hope to Jackie, who is a terrific mother.] [Son Destre LIVAUDAIS†- remembers his father.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The suspension of a Georgia high school student for talking to his mother, a soldier in Iraq, on a cell phone during school reported.

Brown, Aaron

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