Price: $265.00

    Code: 1416

    Examines the plight of homeless children through interviews with more than a dozen youngsters living on the streets of California's Bay Area. The youngsters' stories of family rejection, the daily struggle for food and shelter, police harassment, and the dangers of drugs, prostitution and pregnancy lend a compelling human dimension to the anonymous, panhandling children whom most of us as passersby do our best to ignore.

    Directed by Harry Mathias
    1991, 30 minutes
    Study Guide Available
    Purchase: $265 Classroom Rental: $50
    * Blue Ribbon, American Film and Video Festival

    "Courses in contemporary issues, family living, psychology, and urban studies in both high schools and colleges can utilize this riveting program to generate discussion; it is open-ended with no simplistic solutions offered to this growing problem."--School Library Journal

    "Three classes of mixed-age high school students who previewed this video gave it resoundingly high marks for its appropriateness for teenage audiences...well done...Highly recommended."--The Book Report

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