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Busing / Louisville #485180

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 07, 1975
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(Studio) 1000 National Guard and 100's police on duty in Louisville. Report on antibusing protest.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(Okolona, Kentucky) Protesters ride cars and trucks up and down business strip near 1 of schools where buses set afire on Saturday 120 arrested. [POLICEMAN - tells car occupants to leave or else be arrested.]
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

(Louisville, Kentucky) [Reverend Horace NUTT - against troublemakers and rabble-rousers.] Nutt against busing but more against violence. [NUTT - speaks against "vulgar" mob and violence.] Tensions increase Armed guards will ride each business [School superintendent Ernest GRAYSON - says law enforcement ofr. to ride each business] National Guard guards buses.
REPORTER: Mike Jackson (WAVE-TV)

Jackson, Mike;
Snyder, Tom

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