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Clinton / Children's Show / Educating The Disabled / Lumbee Indians #146154

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 22, 1993
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Follow-up on Saturday's program in which President Clinton answered questions posed by children introduced.

(New York: Bill Blakemore) The education of identical twin sisters with cerebral palsy featured; case of Anastasia and Alba Somoza outlined. [ANASTASIA - says she is in a class with no disabled kids.] [Mother Mary SOMOZA - comments.] [Advocates for Children Diana AUTIN - backs getting disabled kids in regular classrooms.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Question poser Adrian Andrade, who told Clinton she was an Indian from the Lumbee tribe, shown.

(Pembroke, North Carolina: Al Dale) The reasons why the Lumbee Indians have not been recognized as a legitimate tribe by the government examined; scenes shown from North Carolina. [Lumbee tribe's Ruth LOCKLEAR, Pembroke State University professor Adolph DIAL, museum operator Hayes LOCKLEAR - comment on the Lumbees' case.]

Reporter(s):
Blakemore, Bill;
Dale, Al;
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:03:40

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