ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 03, 1992
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.
(New York: Karen Burnes) Impact of events in Los Angeles on the children examined; scenes shown of the Watts section of Los Angeles in 1965 and of last week in south central Los Angeles after the acquittals of white policemen for the beating of Rodney King. [University of Illinois professor Lilian KATZ - says racism and prejudice is learned.] Children's awareness of racial characteristics and prejudice outlined. [Black kids Elom and Sefaka KETOSUGBO - explain what happened in the King case.] [Mother Pat MILLER, psychologist Darlene HOPSON, KATZ - talk about how children learn about race.]
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