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Georgia / Civil Rights Movement #312797

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 30, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Forsyth Cnty., Georgia: Bruce Hall) Civil rights leaders' continued protest of Forsyth Cnty.'s all-white population examined; details given, scenes shown. [Hosea WILLIAMS - describes reception given latest protest delegation.] [Attorney Phil BETTIS - feels black leaders' tactics are exacerbating problem; explains.] [Educator Chuck BLACKBURN - explains moving to Florida.] [HS principal Russell STUDEVAN - notes parents' concerns for safety of black athletes visiting Forsyth Cnty.] [Cumming Mayor Ford GRAVITT - blames media's portrayal of community.] Ku Klux Klan and civil rights movement said both planning further action.

Hall, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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