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Boston, Massachusetts / Artists for Humanity #979592

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 07, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Boston: Michelle Miller) Artists for Humanity, a Boston program that teaches teens art and how to sell it, featured; scenes shown of works by 17-year-old Kershner Williams†† and other artists. [Artistic director Susan RODGERSON†- says the kids come from underserved families and neighborhoods in crisis; says we’re engaging them in work for hire that helps to support them.] [Boston Mayor Thomas MENINO†- points out a bike rack they designed.] [Alumni Stan Stanton††- says he didn’t know people got paid to paint.] [WILLIAMS – comments.]

Couric, Katie;
Miller, Michelle

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