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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(San Francisco: Ken Kashiwahara) Meeting of the California board of regents to consider eliminating affirmative action in the university system featured; scenes shown. [Jesse JACKSON - recalls civil rights leaders.] [University of California at Santa Cruz dean John ELLIS, California state representative Barbara LEE, Governor Pete WILSON, student leader Naomi FALK, state representative John VASCONCELLOS - offer views on affirmative action.] The politicization of the issue noted and the impact reducing the programs would have on minority students cited. [University of California at Berkeley admissions director Bob LAIRD, regent Ward CONNERLY - offer opposing positions.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Kashiwahara, Ken
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