NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 13, 1976
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(Studio) Martin Luther King, Senior, endorses Jimmy Carter in presidential race despite Carter's "ethnic purity" remark. Black leaders endorse, other blacks protest, Jimmy Carter.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Atlanta, Georgia) Carter makes show of black support. [CARTER - declares feeling of brotherhood for black people, disadvantaged people.] Hosea Williams, head of Southern Christian Leadership Conference chapter, leads protest against Carter. [WILLIAMS - says Carter talks with forked tongue.] Carter, Martin Luther King, Senior, embrace. [KING - has forgiving heart; is with Carter all the way.] Ralph Abernathy not at rally. Aide says Abernathy has not endorsed Carter.
REPORTER: Don Oliver
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