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Desegregation/Richmond, Virginia. #19250

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 10, 1972
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(Studio) ABC news receives 3,000 tea bags in mail from Richmond, Virginia Latter-day Boston Tea Party protests court ordered consolidation of city and county school districts, calling it taxation without representation. Protesters march in Richmond.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Richmond, Virginia) Crowd, mostly white mothers, march from colosseum to State Capitol, despite court ordered stay on order to consolidate schools. Judge Clement Haynesworth to hear appeal. Governor Linwood Holton has taken no stand on desegregation ruling.
REPORTER: Stephen Geer (WXEX-TV Newsfilm)

Smith, Howard K.

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