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Eye On America (2001: The Year We Changed: West Coast Response) Part VII #652689

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 01, 2002
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The responses along the West Coast to the September 11 attack on America featured; Hollywood film segment shown. [14-year-old Avalon OLOAN - says she wrote a poem that she wanted to be a song.] [Muslim MAN - says the world is "much darker".] [Pacific Consultants Hugh DUFFY - says his company has a response to terrorist Osama bin Laden.] [Filmmaker Chuck WORKMAN - says there was a "celebration of America".] [Producer Brice ZABEL - says everyone's nerves were raw after September 11.] [Widow Deena BURNETT - talks about her husband, who died on United Airlines Flight 93.]

Blackstone, John;
Mitchell, Russ

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