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Charleston, South Carolina / Segregation / Historic District #268074

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 30, 1980
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(Studio) Situation of segregation in Charleston, SC, schools described. Justice Department recommendation that city be sued stated. Antibusing bill before congress noted. Report with regard to conflict in Charleston between history and progress introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Charleston, SC) Beauty of old Charleston, South Carolina noted. Plans for hotel complex in historic district outlined. Conflict detailed. Growth of tourism in city described. Lawsuit filed to cut federal funds for project reported Noted that blacks support project because of needed jobs. [Preservation Society Henry CAUTHEN, Mayor Joseph RILEY, Reverend Omega NEWMAN and artist William HALSEY - comment.]
REPORTER: Joan Snyder

Dean, Morton;
Snyder, Joan

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