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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 04, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Divisions among Americans on how to fight job discrimination examined. Report introduced.

(Berkeley, California: David Dow) Pacific Bell's Cynthia Marshall, who has used affirmative action programs to climb corporate ladder, profiled; Pacific Bell's minority employment "goals" featured; scenes shown of Berkeley, California, company. [BELL, human resources director Michael RODRIGUEZ, black female WORKER, Urban League John MACK - comment.]

(Chicago: Frank Currier) Opinion of civil rights bill held by Chicago's white middle class featured; firefighters' reverse discrimination lawsuit reviewed. [Four white WORKERS, firemen Jim McNALLY, Mike CALLAHAN - voice a growing opinion that affirmative action has gone far enough.]

Currier, Frank;
Dow, David;
Rather, Dan

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