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Eye on America (Reverse Discrimination) #709410

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 02, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Charlotte: Mark Strassmann) The changing focus of equal opportunity programs featured; examples cited of reverse discrimination lawsuits. [Contractor Ali BAHMANYAR†- comments on losing a job.] [Student Aimee BOGROW†- comments on her lawsuit against the University of Georgia.] [Southeastern Legal Foundation president Phil KENT†- says government-sponsored segregation is wrong.] [Affirmative Action attorney John PAYTON†- says minority- and women-owned businesses find it difficult to break into the business community and thrive.] [Contractor Frances HALL†- says racism in America is alive and well.]

Roberts, John;
Strassmann, Mark

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