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Daily Difference: What Works (Brooklyn, New York City: Blacks and Jews) #579034

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 24, 1991
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(Studio: Margaret Larson) Report introduced.

(New York: Bob Herbert) Basketball program to promote interaction between blacks and Hasidic Jews in a New York City neighborhood featured; scenes shown of late August riots in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, NYC, after a black child was killed by an Hasidic Jewish motorist and a Jewish divinity student was then murdered in revenge. [Mayor David DINKINS - asks for peace.] [Crown Heights youth collective Richard GREEN, Hasidic youth worker David LAZERSON - note the similarities of their interests and hopes.] Attempt by each group to further understand the other's background and beliefs outlined; holiday ceremonies shown.

(Studio: Margaret Larson) Tomorrow's Daily Difference previewed.

Herbert, Bob;
Larson, Margaret

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