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Hard Times Generation: Families living in cars


Scott Pelley brings “60 Minutes” cameras back to central Florida to document another form of family homelessness: kids and their parents forced to live in cars.


Date: September 16, 2022

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46 thoughts on “Hard Times Generation: Families living in cars

  1. Man, this guy may seem to really be down on his luck, but he has probably the most amazing kids anyone could ever be blessed with. What an amazing, positive outlook on life. I am hoping 10 years later that this family has been able to get an apartment or something by now. Good luck to all of the people in this video.

  2. Isaiah 64:22-23 says: They will build houses and live in them, And they will plant vineyards and eat their fruitage. 22 They will not build for someone else to inhabit, Nor will they plant for others to eat. For the days of my people will be like the days of a tree, And the work of their hands my chosen ones will enjoy to the full.

    In Jehovah's Kingdom no more tears nor pain. So just a little bit more time and this kingdom will come.

  3. For those of you wondering what happened to the family search "Best Life: Homeless teen shares her story of success". You will find an article of actionnews, the father was aparently a bad person.

  4. The way to get rid of homelessness to solve the problem for tens of thousands is to allow them to move in the homes that were built for them by the government counties. Someone or some people allowed foreign elderly families move in to these apartment homes that were supposed to belong to the people of this County and now we have an overwhelmingly homeless problem and these apartments go buy people's income tens of thousands in the Bay area Northern California have been taking by Asian people that were born somewhere else and they're older they're not from here how did that happen. office personnel that's how it happened

  5. I made a video on how to live a very comfy life, homeless. The key is planning. If you're paying high rent and barely able to make ends meet, it's not a bad idea to start "thinking outside the box," to imagine the possibilities. Then, you need to start learning about how to live "off grid," and making preparations. It's a lot of work: you need to start early.

  6. If the corporates and others that can afford to donate a little every day or week then it will help solve the homelessness. Kids will have a better future and a bright light at the end of the tunnel.

  7. I wonder where they are today? Challenging for a single mom to go back to work with 5 children. Child care would be the same cost as the mom's salary or more. Hopefully there is a child care center that can volunteer services while mom goes back to work. Or, mom could work from a laptop since that's what everyone is doing due to the pandemic & beyond. We need an update!

  8. And all the millionaires and billionaires we have in America we in the USA is in the midst of a homeless crisis. I wonder do these super rich Americans conscious bother them when they lay down in their luxurious homes for the night. Sleep good my wealthy Americans you are having your heaven on earth.

  9. the city needs to ask the government for money the churches.Get cheap or free tv.adds on late at night thats why they are cheap. churches have bake sales. Churches are suppise to be the keaders in this to help.

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