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NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 28, 1983
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REPORTER: John Palmer

(Brooksville, Florida) Controversy here over school busing program examined; background to 10-year-old program outlined. [Parent Bruce INMAN, Senior - won't cooperate if system doesn't benefit his family.] Inman and wife Pat said facing jail for refusing to bus their oldest children; details given. [INMAN - disputes children's ability to receive quality education due to physical strain of bus schedule.] [School superintendent James AUSTIN - explains school board's stance.] Econs. involved for school district in busing program explained. [NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) David REESE - explains opposition to Inman's position.] [INMAN - feels trapped.]
REPORTER: Dennis Murphy

Reporter(s):
Murphy, Dennis;
Palmer, John
Duration:
00:02:20

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