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I loved this dcoumentary. It brings much needed attention to this incredible subject. The social workers, MDs and others that assist the homeless youth are to be commended. Beautifully made!
Posted by Jennifer in Denver
I've seen the homeless people near the shelter downtown or around Pioneer Park. I notice the older people and always feel so sad for the very young children. I never stopped to think of the youth and young adults and definitely never thought to consider the circumstances that brought them to such a station in life. Thank you so much for making this film and opening my eyes to what lies just below the surface. I have sent the like to the film out to everyone I know. This is an important film that everyone should watch. I teach my children to be tolerant of any lifestyle they may come across and to have compassion for those in need. I had them watch this and I know it will impact them for years to come. Thank you.
Posted by Sandra in Salt Lake City
I have never felt compelled before to take time to comment on somthing I watch but this documentary was truly an amazing eye opener. The footage captured and the openess of these youth willing to share their live brought a reality to this subject I had never known. I could actually see ares of SLC I am in every day and never realized these kids were there. This documentary has motivated me to look into volunteer opportunities with these incredible organizations that are already doing so much work in this area. THANK YOU for this truly amazing work of art!!!
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Posted by Anna in Mumbai
I was deeply moved by these brave souls. It is a beautiful and enlightening program.
Posted by Kristen in Salt Lake City
Well done Natalie!
Very moving and enlightening.
Posted by Al in Sacramento
After watching this program, I feel so much more enlightened -- not only about my own life struggles -- but of those who were featured in the program. I went to school with one of the featured youth, and didn't realize they were going through this struggle. I haven't spoken to them in years, but as I look back through time, in retrospect, I can see how these issues were prevalent. I have struggled with my own issues for years; coming to terms with being gay, finding acceptance, dealing with emotional and psychological challenges, and family challenges; I'm fortunate that as a teenager, I had a mother who did everything she could to find help for me and make sure I succeeded. Not everyone who goes through these stages of uncertainty and waywardness actually have the support systems they need to overcome addiction and ambiguity in their own minds. I was really touched by this entire feature, and am hopeful that my own experiences can change someone's path in life and lead them toward greater opportunities. I just wish other people in society weren't so oblivious to the earnest necessity of care and mentoring all youth need. Thank you, KUED!
Posted by Antonio in Salt Lake City
I received three calls from Utah tonight about the airing of this show. All were quite impressed and felt better informed about the homeless population
Posted by Marie in Fayetteville
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