NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 24, 1982
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REPORTER: John Hart
(Norfolk, Virginia) Role of grass roots assembly concept in black belt South in improving lot of region's poor examined; Surry Cnty., Virginia, cited as ex. [Bd. of Supvrs. chairperson M. Sherlock HOLMES - praises system.] Soc. and educ. improvements brought about by assembly noted. Assembly concept said work of Don. Anderson, founder of National Association for Southern Poor. [ANDERSON - recalls efforts to establish process.] Possible impact on funding cutbacks by Reagan administration noted.
REPORTER: Emery King
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