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Person of The Week (Carl McGill) #115719

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 20, 1988
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(Studio: Ted Koppel) Los Angeles, California, policeman Carl McGill and his efforts to combat street gang activity featured. [McGILL - discusses street gangs.] Scenes show of street gang killings and arrests. [McGILL - recalls situation when he was himself a teen gang mbr.] [At neighborhood meeting, Victor VINSON - discusses gangs as a sub-culture.] [McGILL - comments.] [School principal Marguerite LAMOTTE, Shirley DORSEY - discuss McGill's actions.] [McGILL - discusses efforts to have local park named after child victim of gang violence.] [DORSEY - says McGill cares.] McGill's community efforts noted. [McGILL - discusses role models.]

Koppel, Ted

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