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(Studio: Katie Couric) Statistics on the homeless in America cited.
(Toledo, Ohio: Seth Doane) The story of Julie Barnes, who lived in her car with her 3 children after they lost their house in Toledo, Ohio, presented; statistics on emergency shelter requests in Toledo cited. [J. BARNES – talks about their situation; says it’s important to share her story to give someone else hope.] [Daughter Miya BARNES- comments on her difficulties in school.] [Beach House Family Shelter director Tammy HOLDER- comments on having to turn people away.]
- Couric, Katie;
- Doane, Seth
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