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San Francisco, California / Chinatown / Busing #218779

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 22, 1971
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(Studio) Chinatown residents appealing to Supreme Court to overturn ruling that Chinatown children must be bused.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(San Francisco, California) Chinatown community segregated by choice. [Dennis WONG - doesn't think San Francisco has enough jails to hold all who will be boycotting schools.] Chinese creating private schools. [Mayor Joseph L. ALIOTO - says if courts can understand busing aggravates situation it's supposed to solve, may let San Francisco create own plan.] Chinese children presently attend Chinese language class after regular school day. [Integration director Don JOHNSON - says if Chinese children integrated, will learn what other ethnic groups have contributed to US.]
REPORTER: Jim Kilpatrick

Kilpatrick, Jim;
Rather, Dan

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