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Washington, DC / Protest March #570368

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 26, 1989
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(Studio: Maria Shriver) Report introduced.

(DC: Claude Mathews) NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) -organized rally in Washington, DC to protest recent Supreme Court decisions in civil rights areas featured; scenes shown of World War I- style silent march. [Southern Christian Ldrship. Conf.'s Joseph LOWERY - makes speech.] [Civil Rights Commission chairperson William ALLEN - comments.] [Jesse JACKSON - makes speech about President Bush's commitment to civil rights.] [Conservative legal activist Clint BOLICK - criticizes current affirmative action programs.]

Mathews, Claude;
Shriver, Maria

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