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June 4, 1996
Growing up on public assistance in Watts, Eva Young vowed that she would not live her life on welfare. She worked 16-hour days doing custodial work for the Los Angeles Unified School District and bought her own Jani-King commercial cleaning service franchise 19 years later. Young was interviewed by Karen Kaplan. * For as long as I can remember, my family was on public assistance. I went on welfare myself when I was 18 and pregnant. But I knew that it was not for me.
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June 4, 1996
Growing up on public assistance in Watts, Eva Young vowed that she would not live her life on welfare. She worked 16-hour days doing custodial work for the Los Angeles Unified School District and bought her own Jani-King commercial cleaning service franchise 19 years later. Young was interviewed by Karen Kaplan. * For as long as I can remember, my family was on public assistance. I went on welfare myself when I was 18 and pregnant. But I knew that it was not for me.
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