ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 21, 1970
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(Studio) Georgia Governor Lester Maddox says 1 of protest marchers nearing Atlanta will try to frame governor for murdering another marcher; orders more police protection.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(Macon, Georgia) March unenthusiastic; significant as symbol of black, Black Belt dissent; blacks getting themselves together; backing Southern Christian Leadership Conference Andrew Young for Congress from Atlanta; point of Georgia beginning. [Southern Christian Leadership Conference Ldr Hosea WILLIAMS - says Georgia segregation subtle; blacks finally fighting it.]
REPORTER: Gregory Jackson
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