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Sunday Cover (Race Relations in America) #349234

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 28, 1993
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(Studio: Connie Chung) The state of race relations in America 25 years after the Kerner Report featured; civil rights demonstrations scenes shown. [In 1968, Illinois Governor Otto KERNER - says our nation is moving towards two separate and unequal black and white societies.] [Eisenhower Foundation president Lynn CURTIS - says things are now worse.] [In Los Angeles, Brotherhood Crusade Danny BAKEWELL - says circumstances for African Americans are the same.] Statistics on black America and advice in the new, updated report cited. [Civil rights activist Roger WILKINS - comments.] Efforts in Newark, New Jersey, by the New Community Corporation to turn around the lingering effects of the 1967 riot outlined; scenes shown. [Monsignor William LINDER - comments on the corporation.]

Chung, Connie

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