Conn. seniors make film highlighting homelessness in their community

06/12/2014 | West Hartford News (Conn.)

Seniors in the Global Problem Solving class at William H. Hall High School in Connecticut screened their film "Voices of the Homeless" to spread awareness about homelessness and to raise money for area support programs for homeless people. The students studied shelter as a basic human need during the yearlong project, and they featured locals in the film who are without homes to give them a voice.

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