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ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 20, 1995
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(Studio: Renee Poussaint) Report from the Southern Education Foundation on higher education and minorities in the South noted.

(Ithaca, New York: Ron Claiborne) The increasing racial separation among students on college campuses examined; illustrative scenes shown from Cornell University, where the races are separated geographically by choice into ethnic residence houses. [Carnegie Foundation Ernest BOYER, Cornell students Luis MARISCAL, Darth VAUGHN, Ed MIRANDA, New York civil rights coalition Michael MEYERS, Cornell vice president Susan MURPHY, University of Pennsylvania Claire FAGIN - offer views on the trend towards ethnic residences on campus.]

Claiborne, Ron;
Poussaint, Renee

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