NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 16, 1994
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(Studio: Deborah Roberts) A week-long look at American attitudes on accountability introduced.
(New York: Odetta Rogers-Clarke) The culture clash over victimization and the women's movement examined; scenes shown from the University of Pennsylvania, where freshmen attend workshops about issues like date rape and sexual harassment. ["The Morning After" author Katie ROIPHE, NOW Diane WELSH, newspaper columnist Carolyn MASON, Mason's sister criminal defense attorney Laura MAGNER - offer views on women's rights, the victim mentality and sexual harassment.]
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