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Virginia / Race Relations #457583

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 09, 1971
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(Studio) Swedish Sociologist Gunnar Myrdal says South United States changing faster than expected.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Richmond, Virginia) Governor Linwood Holton has promoted integration, jobs for blacks and loans for black business [HOLTON - says wants Virginia to be model race relations state; wants everyone able to exercise talents to fullest.] Governor Assistant William Robertson working to get more jobs for blacks. [Virginia voters Crusade Philmore HOWLETT - says Governor Holton among people constantly.] Holton has placed 3 of his children in predominately black schools. [HOLTON - feels Virginia can show rest of nation how blacks and whites can get along together; South Carolina and Georgia following Virginia example.]
REPORTER: Paul Duke

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Duke, Paul
Duration:
00:03:30

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