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Washington, DC / Apartheid Protest #663046

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 11, 1985
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(Studio) Jesse Jackson and sons Jonathan and Jesse, Junior, reported among those arrested in anti-apartheid demonstration at South Africa's Washington, DC embassy; films shown.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(DC) Da11y protests at South African embassy examined; f11ms shown. [South African ambassador Bernardus FOURIE - notes protesters don't demonstrate against Muammar el-Kadhafi or USSR occupation of Afghanistan.] [Protest organizer Randall ROBINSON - explains purpose of demonstrations.] [PROTESTERS - joke about arrests.] [FOURIE - cites lack of punishment for those arrested.] [ROBINSON - continues explanation.]
REPORTER: Doug. Kiker

Kiker, Douglas

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