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Forsyth County, Georgia / Civil Rights #318069

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 16, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Forsyth Cnty., Georgia: Peter Van Sant) Civil rights march in Forsyth Cnty., Georgia, on anniversary of demonstration halted last year reported; scenes shown. [March organizer Hosea WILLIAMS - attacks apartheid-like government] Scenes shown from January 17, 1987, march and larger march on January 24, 1987. [White MAN - opposes mixing of races.] [White WOMAN - opposes Williams' marchers.] Some veteran civil rights leaders reported declining to take part in march. [Atlanta, Georgia, Mayor Andrew YOUNG - wonders what big fuss is about.] Williams' demands outlined.

Van Sant, Peter;
Schieffer, Bob

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