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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Oxford, Mississippi: Bob McNamara) Efforts by the University of Mississippi remove the cloud of racial intolerance that hangs over the school featured; scenes shown of their Old South symbols that now have become representative of racism and from the 1962 riots at the school over the admission of black students. [University chancellor Robert KHAYAT - says he wants to change the image of the school.] [Three STUDENTS - comment on the use of the Confederate battle flag as their symbol.] [Black student Monique BROWN, school newspaper editor Rob ROBERTSON- say change needs to come.]
- McNamara, Bob;
- Rather, Dan
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