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Eye On America (Blacks and Computers) #366230

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 05, 1996
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Edie Magnus) Black Bird's Pies and Deli in South Central Los Angeles, California, where Raven Rutherford is now online, featured and a discussion about blacks and computers presented; scenes shown from her shop. [RUTHERFORD - talks about her web site on the Internet.] [Lotus software programmer Darien HENDRICKS - says the price will be great for blacks and Hispanics who drag their feet in becoming computer literate.] [Entrepreneur Ron PARKER - faults black leaders for ignoring personal computer power.] The role of grassroots groups in helping blacks gain computer literacy detailed. [Inner city computer service Grady WILLIAMS - comments.]

Magnus, Edie;
Zahn, Paula

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