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San Antonio, Texas / The Alamo #598785

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 01, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(San Antonio: Jim Cummins) The modern-day battle to redefine the historical place of the Alamo in Texas and American history featured; scenes shown from San Antonio, Texas, where minority groups are complaining about the view of white historians. [History professor Cynthia OROZCO - calls the Alamo an oppressive, racist symbol.] [Mayoral candidate Bill THORNTON, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Madge ROBERTS, tourist Kathy LAUER - offer interpretations of the battle.] Alamo battle reenactments shown.

Cummins, Jim;
Williams, Brian

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