CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 12, 1975
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(Studio) 1st week busing ends in Boston, Massachusetts and Louisville, Kentucky. Antibusing leader in Louisville urges everyone to stay home this wkend.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Denver, Colorado) September 3, 1974, film shows busing. No major violence here. [SPKR. - says no education advantage in riding business.] Antibusing group conts. to meet. 6000 students moved to suburban or private schools last year 1500 moved this year Students are 50% white; 27% Mexican-American, and 17% black. School board conts. to fight busing. [School superintendent Louis KISHKUNAS - describes city's climate.] [Parent Mildred HORSLEY - says situation could work out.] [High school Senior Suzanne RICH - afraid of blacks in 7th grade. Thinks it's great they're bused here.] White flight may be ending.
REPORTER: David Dow
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