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Freedom House: Street Saviors (2009)

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In 1967, 25 hardcore, unemployed Black men were recruited from the inner city streets of Pittsburgh and trained to become the first Paramedic's in the United States. Only to be forgotten, until now.

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In 1967, 25 hardcore, unemployed Black men were recruited from the inner city streets of Pittsburgh and trained to become the first Paramedic's in the United States. Only to be forgotten, until now.

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13 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Great documentary. These guys put their lives in harms way every day and to have never had any recognition is a sin. Training these young, black,unemployed men and giving them a place in society in those days was un heared of. To go into the ghettos where no one else would dare ventuun heard re to save a life is a testament to these men that should never be forgotten. Not only were they forgotten, they were replaced by white folks who could pass a written test & had no medical training. The ones that had the medical training and no scholastic skills found themselves unemployed. Great job bringing these guys back to life. Lets hope these guys can one day get their recondition they deserve.

Great Job,

Don Catalina Manhattan Beach,Ca.


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