NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 30, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Washington: Robert Hager) Public reaction to the acquittals in the Rodney King police beating trial featured; scenes shown of demonstrations and violence in Atlanta. [Atlanta Reverend Joseph LOWERY - says verdict has taken us back to dark days.] Peaceful racially mixed protests in Kansas City, Missouri, Houston, Boston, and elsewhere noted; scenes shown. National Cathedral reported dedicating its midday service to restoration of calm in the streets. [On Denver talk radio, two CALLERS; in Harlem, NYC, Kenyatta VEKTEMBA; in Krum, Texas, Deborah FINLEY, Jim KAISER - react to the verdict and its implications.]
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