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(Studio) Christian groups' meeting this week to affirm opposition to anti-Jewish and anti-black sentiments of American Nazi party reported Site of one such meeting stated as Skokie, Illinois, suburb of Chicago that is in court battle to prevent Nazi march through town.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley
(Skokie, Illinois) Skokie Protestant churches' efforts to share Jews' opposition to Nazism detailed. Statements of some with regard to holocaust reported [United Church of Christ minister Reverend Thomas O'CONNOR - says guilt for holocaust doesn't rest entirely on Germans or even all on Nazis, but on all.] Interdenominational gathering in Skokie stadium noted. [National Conf. of Christians and Jews spokesperson Don McEVOY - states beliefs with regard to effects of mtg.] Other such mtgs. scheduled across cntry., to recall holocaust of WW II and show Nazis that few share their beliefs, outlined.
REPORTER: Bob Faw
- Bradley, Ed;
- Faw, Bob
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