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Holidays / Homeless Children #852550

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 12, 2006
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Photojournalist Linda Solomon†’s holiday project for children at Salvation Army homeless shelters to take pictures of what they wish for featured; scenes shown from shelters in Raleigh, North Carolina and Orlando, Florida; photos shown. [SOLOMON – says sometimes it’s easier to express something personal through an art form.] [12-year-old Anneka HOOPER††- explains how she illustrated her wish for her mother to have eternal life.] [17-year-old Tiffanie STEWART††- explains her picture depicting “no more tears” and how she is better off than people who have nowhere to sleep.] [Tiffanie’s mom Velma STEWART††- reacts to Tiffanie’s wish list.]
Reporter(s):
Couric, Katie
Duration:
00:04:00

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