CBS Evening News for Friday, May 07, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Whittier, California: Bill Whitaker) The efforts of teacher Jane Elliott to combat racism through her teaching featured; scenes shown from her 1968 Riceville, Iowa, classroom. [Today, ELLIOTT - says people showed no sorrow after the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior; talks about how students responded to discrimination; explains why she is still teaching.] [April 4, 1968, Dan RATHER - announces the assassination of King.] Elliott's continued lecturing detailed. [Elliott's former student Donna REDDELL - says Elliott's teachings have stayed with her.]
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