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NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 14, 1990
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(Soweto: Tom Brokaw) Nelson Mandela quoted regarding education. Report introduced.

(Johannesburg: Mike Boettcher) Inferior education received by blacks in South Africa examined; details given; scenes shown of Mandela's sister-in- law tending her corn field. Apartheid noted designed to give blacks enough education to cope with manual labor of nation. Black teachers union shown protesting education system in Johannesburg. [Black TEACHER - says ten books per hundred students is insufficient.] [STUDENTS - comment on white and black students sharing classrooms.]

Boettcher, Mike;
Brokaw, Tom

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