NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 10, 1985
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(Studio) First shipment of famine relief supplies from British rock group Band Aid reported arriving in Ethiopia; group recalled raising funds with song "Do They Know It's Christmas?"
REPORTER: John Palmer
(NYC) Similar effort of United States rock stars, with "We Are the World" to raise famine relief funds examined; films shown. [Kenny ROGERS, Quincy JONES - note experience's impact on participants.] Controversy over some British stores keeping profits targeted for Africa discussed; CBS effort to prevent same situation in United States noted, [USA for Africa Fndn. Marty ROGOL - describes safeguards.]
REPORTER: Dennis Moore
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