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AIDS / Ray Brothers #317705

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 23, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Sarasota, Florida: Victoria Corderi) Richard, Robert and Randy Ray, hemophiliac brothers who contracted AIDS virus through medical treatment, reported entering public school here today; family recalled burned out of home in Arcadia, Florida, in midst of town's hostility to children. [Louise RAY - feels sons are progressing in wake of Arcadia.] Group leading protest in Arcadia reported organization into Concerned Citizens Against AIDS in Schools and trying to go ntl. with their discrimination. [Clifford RAY - comments.] [WOMAN - explains withdrawing children from school.] [PEOPLE -defense Ray brothers' right to be in school.]

Corderi, Victoria;
Rather, Dan

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