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Student Unrest / Illinois / Wisconsin / North Carolina #444202

NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 14, 1969
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(,S) Students at University Chicago vote to leave administration building Chancellor University WI with,draws police and national guard; says whether they return depends on students. Atmosphere calm, but tense at Duke University
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Madison, WI) Thousands of students march through Madison last night showing support for black student demands. Students blocked streets and intersections today. [Protest Leader John FELDER - feels white people incapable of administering black courses.] Students talk of black demands and its effects. Chancellor Edwin Young says understands blacks' impatience, but no one who talks of shutting down University is concerned with black studies.
REPORTER: John Dancy

(Durham, North Carolina) Whites support black demands at Duke University When rebels left Admin. Building, police threw tear gas. 5 students arrested. Rebels set up own class; discuss campus life today. Duke considered conservative.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Dancy, John;
Huntley, Chet;
Quinn, Charles

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