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Homosexual Equal Rights #252997

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 08, 1977
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(Studio) Miami defeats homosexual equal rights law.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Miami, Florida) [Anita BRYANT - to fight to repeal similar homosexual laws across nation.] Bryant leaves Florida for Norfolk, Virginia, to continue her fight. [BRYANT - suffers economy hardship for convictions.] [Gay leader Robert KUNST - suggests reasons for losing referendum.] [BRYANT - believes gays have equal rights if they don't flaunt themselves.] Cuban community strongly against gays.
REPORTER: David Dick

(San Francisco, California) Gay rights supporters protest Anita Bryant's victory in Miami. [Gay leader Reverend Ray BROSHEARS - thinks vote reflects voters' attitude.] San Francisco is gay capital of US. [Gay rights leader David WHITMAN - pledges fight from homosexuals over matter.]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg

Cronkite, Walter;
Dick, David;
Goldberg, Bernard

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