NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 16, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Decatur, Illinois: Jim Avila) Controversy concerning the expulsion of African- American high school students in Decatur, Illinois, reported; details given of the arrest of Reverend Jesse Jackson during a protest in support of the students. [JACKSON - says the boys should be back in school.] [Paul OSBORNE - says racial wounds are still there.] [Toni RAWLS - defends Jackson's actions.] [Diversity training consultant Lee GARDENSWARTZ - says people must have their pain acknowledged.]
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