NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 10, 2001
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Whitwell, Tennessee: Fred Francis) The efforts of a middle school in Whitwell, Tennessee, to teach students about the horrors of the Holocaust by collecting 6 million paper clips featured; scenes shown from this rural town populated mostly by poor whites. [Whitwell Middle School student Talena COOKSTON - says she could not believe the Holocaust was real.] [Whitwell Middle School teacher Sandra ROBERTS - says people around the world are helping her teach the lessons.] [Whitwell Middle School student Laura JEFFRIES - talks about helping people remember what happened.] [Voice of unidentified STUDENT - reads letter from a Holocaust survivor.]
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