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Racial Tension / Detroit, Michigan #32243

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jun 07, 1974
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(Studio) Racial tensions increase in Detroit, Michigan. Mayor Coleman Young discusses problem.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Detroit, Michigan) [YOUNG - says he's determined to enforce law without favoritism and reduce racial tension.] [Homeowner Maytroit RICHARDS - believes each person should have freedom to live in desired neighborhood, whether black or white.] Richards live in predominantly white neighborhood. [Mrs. RICHARDS - insists no one will drive her away from her home.] [Homeowner Jack MUIR - says whites sell homes if too many blacks move into neighborhood.] [Mrs. Velma MORELAND - believes black and whites must work together.] [Mrs. Gloria REZZONICA - doesn't think violence will solve anything.]
REPORTER: Ron Miller (WXYZ-TV film)

Reporter(s):
Reasoner, Harry
Duration:
00:03:00

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