CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 02, 1984
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(Studio) Jesse Jackson's absence from series of demonstrations at South Africa's embassy in Washington, DC protesting that government's apartheid policy noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(DC) Use of 1960s civil rights movement tactics by protesters at South African embassy examined; films shown. Those arrested recalled include Martin Luther King, Junior's daughter. [JACKSON - praises movement; calls for new Africa policy by US government] Demonstrators' demands outlined.
REPORTER: Lark McCarthy
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