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Listening To America (Day 6, Part II) #705223

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 20, 1996
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Jefferson County, Texas: Michel McQueen) The "tradition" of racial segregation in Jefferson County, Texas, visited. [Black woman Rubye BRYANT, white folk Carol HARRELL, Lyle SPELLINGS, Jr., Duke DeWARE, IV - offer views on why various social activities are racially split.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) How to reach ANC in cyperspace noted.

(Michigan: Dean Reynolds) Summer music camp director Fedora Horowitz, who is an immigrant from Romania, profiled. [HOROWITZ - talks about the white flight from her neighborhood.]

McQueen, Michel

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