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Campaign '92 / Florida A&M / Black Vote #585450

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 10, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Attitudes of predominantly black Florida A&M University student body on campaign '92 featured. [Journalism major Christina SAMUELS - notes lack of black presidential candidates; comments on racial discrimination.] [A&M president Dr. Frederick HUMPHRIES - says kids aren't as wedded to the Democratic Party today.] [Student body president Darryl PARKS - talks about performance from Democrats, economy, opportunities for blacks.] [Drum major Ellis GANEY - comments on economy.] [STUDENT - comments on Jesse Jackson's absence from the race.] [Two STUDENTS - cite importance of domestic issues.]

Brokaw, Tom

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