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California / After September 11 #650524

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 15, 2001
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(San Francisco: Peter Jennings) The view of northern Californians of the impact of events of September 11 examined; details given of the region's economic problems. [Attorney Kevin DUNN - cites security changes.] [Islamic school principal Khalid OBEID - explains what the children are being told.] ["In the Chinese Kitchen" author Shirley FONG-TORRES - says the restaurant tables are emptier.] [Berkeley Mayor Shirley DEAN - says the people's awareness has gone up.] [Anti-war activist Richard BECKER, writer-activist Peter COYOTE - raise criticisms.]

Jennings, Peter

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