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Busing and Blacks #462944

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 13, 1972
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(Studio) Some blacks also oppose busing. In Gary, IN, 1st national black political convention held, and it passed resolution against school busing.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Gary, IN) 3,500 delegates to black convention approve agenda for political, social, and economy action. Calls for 50% cuts in defense and space budgets with money going to solve social problems, more black representative in Congress, and minimum income of $6500 for family of 4. [New York delegate, Livingston WINGATE - says resolution against busing serves to clarify stand against Nixon's racist administration Blacks reject busing for different reasons - money for busing should be used in black communities to achieve quality education.]
REPORTER: John Palmer WTTW-TV Chicago, Illinois Newsfilm

Chancellor, John

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