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Race Riots / Miami, Florida / Newark, New Jersey, 1967 / Aftermath #66391

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 08, 1980
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(Studio) President Carter said going to Miami, Florida, to view scenes of racial rioting there. Report with regard to recovery of Newark, New Jersey, from racial riots there in 1960's introduced
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Newark, New Jersey) 1967 file tape of riots shown. Saint Benedicts Abbey in middle of riot zone termed a national model of an urban integrated secondary school. [Saint Benedicts headmaster Reverend Edwin LEAGY - comments with regard to expectations from children.] Stated that 80% of school graduates go to college. [Student Jesse ALEXANDER - talks about housing he lives in. ] [Helen ALEXANDER - expresses her liking for school.] [Student David PERELES - calls school symbol of what can be.]
REPORTER: Bob Brown

Reporter(s):
Brown, Bob;
Donaldson, Sam
Duration:
00:04:16

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