NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 06, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(No location given: Noah Nelson) The burning of the high school in Randolph County, Alabama, that has been the center of racial tension since white principal Hulond Humphries opposed interracial couples at the school's prom, featured; scenes shown from the rural town of Wedowee, Alabama, where Humphries confronted a black news photographer. [Wedowee residents Karen McKEE, Cherry ANDREWS, Southern Christian Leadership Conference Reverend Henry STERLING - comment on the fire.] The status of President Clinton's Justice Department's drive to get Humphries removed as principal updated.
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