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Part II of a two-part series that aired in 2002 on the PBS program "Religion and Ethics." This segment examines the "hidden homeless," those who may not look much different from anyone else but who cannot afford a place to live. Experts say they are a majority of the country's estimated 800,000 homeless men, women, and children. Deryl Davis reports on one group of the hidden homeless, and the church that is trying to help them."
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2002
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