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Sunday Cover (Crime: Kids Killing Kids) #356268

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 24, 1994
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(Studio: Deborah Norville) Statistics from the Annie E. Casey Foundation on American teenagers killed by gunfire between 1979- 1991 cited.

(Studio: Deborah Norville) Move by students at New York City's Morris High School to stop the violence themselves examined; scenes shown from the site where students Alicia Aponte and Robert Robles were gunned down a month ago. [Student Julio MARTINEZ - comments.] The students' declaration of freedom from fear and guns outlined. [Student Tasha IRRIZARRY, Noel ORTIZ - talk about their petition for change.] [Bronx assistant police chief Rafael PINIERO, principal Lourdes GARCIA - talk about working with the students.] New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said planning to attend one of the students' conflict resolution classes this week.

Reporter(s):
Norville, Deborah
Duration:
00:03:20

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