What’s it like to be a child living in a homeless shelter? We have several perspectives, from the kids themselves. Children in a Honolulu shelter talk about their daily life while two 12-year-olds from a private school down nearby explain what they learned about their less fortunate peers while making a video about homelessness.
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Shari Kamaka with some of her kids, from left, Bryanna Kenan, 3, Yosia Kenan, 9, Shentia Kenan, 6, and right, Pedtina Kenan, 7, at the Institute for Human Services women’s shelter.
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Chrystèle Bossu-Ragis has been a radio reporter, editor and newscaster for 15 years in her native France for Virgin Radio, previously known as Europe 2. She has also worked as a Silicon Valley correspondent for Europe 1.