ABC Special for Monday, Aug 28, 1989
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Live discussion re: the impact of recent Supreme Court rulings on affirmative action programs in Birmingham, Alabama with Forrest Sawyer (ABC), Birmingham Mayor Richard Arrington, Terry Eastland of the National Legal Center for the Public Interest, and US Civil Rights Commission member Mary Frances Berry; taped excerpt of speech by NAACP Executive Director Benjamin Hooks; taped segment with John Martin (ABC), Birmingham Firefighters Association President Charles Brush, Carl Cook of the Black Firefighters Association, Arrington, Ralph Neas of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, Attorney Ray Fitzpatrick, and Attorney David Vann.
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