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Closeup (Children and Busing) #43825

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 12, 1976
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(Studio) Report on children and busing.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

(Boston, Massachusetts) Busing has gone on for 2 years in Boston. 25,000 bused this yr. Busing still not accepted, although there's been lack of violence this year [BOY - says busing set back racial relations] [2nd BOY - says have to go through with it.] [3rd BOY - says South Boston people don't want their kids bused out of area.] [4th BOY - says a lot cannot move out of neighborhood. must continue with violence to stop busing.] [5th BOY - says trouble will continue] Busing works in elem. schools. [GIRL - likes busing and this school.]
REPORTER: Bettina Gregory

(Studio) Closeup address noted.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

Bell, Steve;
Gregory, Bettina

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