NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 22, 1992
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) Report introduced.
(Washington: Bob Kur) Effect on schools of today's Supreme Court decision with regard to the restriction of hate symbols featured. [Associate superintendent James McGOWAN - talks about hurtful things said.] [Rutgers University student David SEGRUE - says he doesn't want to be called a fag.] [Black WOMAN - recalls racial insult.] [Harvard professor Laurence TRIBE - says some college codes will have to be reexamined.] [On May 4, 1991, President BUSH - talks about controversy ignited by the notion of political correctness.] Incidents in which college students were disciplined for violating hate speech codes described. [Howard University professor J. Clay SMITH - comments on codes.]
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