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VETERANS COMING HOME

A veteran fights homelessness in San Francisco

  • Aired: 06/29/2016
  • 05:19
  • Rating: NR
Del Seymour, a Vietnam veteran, knows San Francisco’s Tenderloin district like nobody else in the city. Del was once homeless in city but today his friends call him "Mayor of the Tenderloin." Del founded Code Tenderloin, a community organization that helps veterans find employment in the tech industry, and serves on San Francisco's homelessness board.
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VETERANS COMING HOME (VCH) is a project by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Kindling Group, and Wisconsin Public Television. This video was made with help from KQED in San Francisco.
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