NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 26, 1971
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(Studio) Women demonstrate for equal rights; call for Wall Street to be "desexegrated."
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(NYC) Film shows women's group spokesperson presenting "old hat" award to ad. agency representative for sexist commercials; women integrate Tom Brown's Restaurant.
REPORTER: John Chancellor (narrates)
(Chicago, Illinois) Women march to city hall after sound system removed during speeches at Civic Center plaza; delegation meets with Mayor Daley. [National Org. of Women spokesperson Mary Collins-ROBSON - says removal of microphones deliberate act by Chicago against women.] [DALEY - says one thing should be extended to ladies is right to talk.] [Unidentified WOMAN - says Mayor Daley won't move unless women make him.]
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell
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