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Black Men / Million Man March / Follow-Up #360646

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 18, 1995
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) The holding of a National African- American Leadership Summit to follow-up on the million man march on Washington, DC, noted.

(Washington: Jacqueline Adams) Grassroots programs to put the march's message into action featured; scenes shown from mentor programs in Washington. [Black men John BLASINGAME, Raymond MURCHISON, African Son-Rise program chairman Gary CRAWFORD - outline their role as mentors to black boys.] [Visiting a hospital, young black man Shannon MILLER - cites the lessons of violence.] [National African-American Leadership summit Benjamin CHAVIS - speaks about the spirit of the million man march.]

Adams, Jacqueline;
Schieffer, Bob

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