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South Korea / Racial Tension #459271

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 10, 1971
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(Studio) 500 South Korean prostitutes demonstrate in front of United States military base against having village placed off limits; village placed off limits due to racial trouble.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Anjong-Ni, South Korea) Anjong-Ni off limits since race riot between black GIs and Korean civilians last month [Bar owner Kim Yong TAB - says black GIs were treated same as whites.] Because blacks and whites prefer different kinds of music, clubs catered to 1 or other. [Sp/4 William JONES - tells of attempts to end polarization by including all music tastes in every jukebox.] [Air Force Major General Robert MALOY - says have been successful in handling racial tension so far because look for problem before it blows up.]
REPORTER: Kenley Jones

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Jones, Kenley
Duration:
00:04:50

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