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A Closer Look (Looking Forward, Looking Back) #183570

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 04, 1999
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Poll findings on people's hopes for the next century noted.

(Bybee, Tennessee: Steve Osunsami) The investigation of hate crimes related to a Head Start school for Latino migrant workers featured; scenes shown from the farming community of Spivey, Tennessee, where white residents oppose the school. [Farmer James ELLISON - reacts to the burning of his barn.] [Migrant worker Alma GONZALEZ - comments on the children.] [Bybee resident Robert BIBLE - comments.] [Migrant Head Start director Pauline RAINES - says she cannot understand the opposition to a program for the children.] [Bybee resident Donald STROM - talks jobs.] [Migrant worker Angela GRANADERO - says we only ask for help for the children.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Poll findings on the greatest accomplishments of the 20th century listed.

Gibson, Charles;
Osunsami, Steve

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