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World Council of Churches #237904

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 27, 1975
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(Studio) World Council of Churches meets.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Nairobi, Kenya) Council representatives nearly every religious denomination. 2300 representatives meet with theme of Christian unity. Black African protest to West Germany with regard to their support of nuclear capability in South Africa. 3rd world ntns. hold edge over Western ntns. More demands result. [Hd. African conf., Canno Burgess CARR - says must be liberated before united. Heard that some church groups hope they can jettison the program to combat racism.] [Leader South African group John REES - doesn't believe black-white tensions are beyond resolution in South Africa.] Council denies report of black-white conflict.
REPORTER: Hal Walker

Cronkite, Walter;
Walker, Hal

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