ABC Evening News for Friday, May 12, 2000
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The long tradition of women as activists reported in light of this weekend's Million Mom March in Washington, DC, for restrictions of guns. [NYU history professor Hasia DINER - says mothers have long been involved in social causes.] Historical photos shown.
(Carroll County, MD: Michele Norris) Two different approaches by women in one Maryland county to the gun issue examined; scenes shown from Carroll County, MD. [Mother Jill ROSNER - says there is friction.] [Gun control march supporter Laura RHODES, gun supporter Lisa KRIETE - describe the opposition, their fears and the world they want for their children.]
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