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South Africa / United States Policy #303020

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 16, 1985
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(Studio) Secretary of State George Shultz reported opposing call to ban new US investments in South Africa.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Berkeley, California) Anti-apartheid demonstrations and call for divestiture of US investments in South Africa examined; protest at Berkeley over University of California's investments in area cited as example Films shown. [Mario SAVIO - notes campus' history of opposing racism.] Savio's role in 1960s demonstrations recalled. Contd. daily arrests of protesters at South Africa's Washington, DC embassy cited. [SHULTZ - states United States policy on South Africa's apartheid policy.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

(Port Elizabeth, South Africa) Incr. racial violence over apartheid examined; films shown. [Black leader Eddie ZINTO - thinks people are just tired of racial abuse.]
REPORTER: Allen Pizzey

Reporter(s):
Petersen, Barry;
Pizzey, Allen;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:03:30

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