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Nightline: Waking Up From The Dream #647915

ABC Special for Friday, Sep 30, 1994

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Taped segments with Tom Foreman (ABC), an excerpt of a 8/28/63 speech by Martin Luther King, admissions counselor Robin Reid, administrator Sister Kayah Bayete, "Los Angeles Times" reporter Sam Fullwood, Muhammad Nasardeen of Recycling Black Dollars, business owner Sam Burris, contractor Frank Burton, Devon McCoy, accountant T. Michael Thompson, Angela Avant of the National Association of Black Accountants, seventh grade student Tiffany Morris, college students Darius Jones, Samuel Bell, and Jamal Coleman, an excerpt of a speech by then Alabama Governor George Wallace, Howard University Afro-American Studies Chairman Russell Adams, and unidentified others re: Black Americans' perceptions of the current status and desirability of racial integration, with introductory and concluding remarks by Forrest Sawyer (ABC).

Reporter(s):
Sawyer, Forrest (ABC);
Foreman, Tom (ABC)
Duration:
00:30:00

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