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Focus (Urban Areas: Segregation By Race) #638316

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 07, 2001
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(New York: Rehema Ellis) The separative lives of different races in urban America featured; scenes shown from Queens, New York City, which is made up of ethnic enclaves. [Resident Young Suk KIM - explains why Koreans live in Queens.] [State University at Albany professor/Lewis Mumford Center Dr. John LOGAN - says the segregation in metropolitan areas is the same as in 1990; indicates there are still ethnic neighborhoods in the suburbs and it will take 100 years for a truly integrated society.] Statistics cited on where Americans live by race. [Queens residents Patricia TOMBLIN, Antonia OCHOA - comment on racial splits.]

Reporter(s):
Ellis, Rehema;
Seigenthaler, John
Duration:
00:03:00

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