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Preview/Introduction Dan Rather (New York) #343948

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 23, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Oakland: Bob McNamara) East Oakland, California, inner-city Webster Academy grade school featured; scenes of East Oakland crime scenes, the school shown. [POLICEMAN - comments on East Oakland shootings.] [Principal Willie HAMILTON - talks to boys who were fighting; comments on making children feel secure and loved.] [Vice Principal Mary MURPHY - talks to student; comments on love and patience required.] [STUDENT - responds.] [Sixth grade honor student Shaquila WILLIAMS - talks about her ambitions, negative reactions she receives.] [Two STUDENTS - talk about negative reactions to their academic success.] [Teacher Christine WILSON - talks about being a role model.] [STUDENT - responds to question of whether she can be whatever she wants.]

5:57:40 GOOD NIGHT

McNamara, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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