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Education / Racial Tolerance #331905

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 26, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Harold Dow) Efforts in United States classrooms to promote tolerance of racial differences examined; details recalled from racially explosive case of Charles Stuart in Boston, Massachusetts. [CHILDREN - comment on racial implications of Stuart case.] [Former Boston school superintendent Laval WILSON, Harvard Medical School's Dr. Alvin POUSSAINT - comment on impact of Stuart case and need to teach racial tolerance to children.] Similar effort at Dunbar School in Texas discussed. [TEACHER - discusses racial stereotypes.] [Dunbar principal Joe DEASON, CHILDREN - comment on race relations.] Racial tensions in New York reviewed. [New York district school superintendent Ralph FABRIZIO - says racism is taught in the home and elsewhere.]

Dow, Harold;
Rather, Dan

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