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(Studio: Harry Smith) President Clinton's signing of legislation making it easier to prosecute arsonists in response to the recent wave of black church arsons in the South reported.
(Greene County, Alabama: Art Rascon) The incredible degree of racial separation in Greene County, Alabama, examined; details given of the findings by a civil rights commission. [PASTOR - reads a racial hate letter sent to him.] [Gardner Samuel DAVIS, civil rights commissioner Mary BERRY, civil rights Spiver GORDON, resident Mike WILSON - comment on the town's separation of white and black.]
- Rascon, Art;
- Smith, Harry
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