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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 05, 1974
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(Studio) Center for National Policy Review, reports segregation high in North and West schools. Report blames Department of Health, Education and Welfare for failure to enforce laws. School in Baltimore opens under Department of Health, Education and Welfare desegregation order. School must reflect city's balance: 70% black and 30% white.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Baltimore, Maryland) Busing involved in order. Parents from coalition to protest busing and take children to old schools. [WOMAN - says kids are going to neighborhood schools, not one 2 mile away.] [2nd WOMAN - says matter of distance. Not black-white thing.] [Principal Dr. Warren TULBERSON- talks over loud speaker with regard to Supreme Court decision banning segregation. Some will be hurt.] Protest group allowed to stay. [TULBERSON - says children not on rolls. Won't be marked present. They're losing out.]
REPORTER: Lee McCarthy

Chancellor, John;
McCarthy, Lee

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