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Affirmative Action / University of Michigan #719762

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 16, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The filing in the Supreme Court of the administration’s legal brief on affirmative action at the University of Michigan noted.

(Washington: Pete Williams) Alternatives to affirmative action for creating diversity at college campuses explored; details given of programs used by the University of Texas and the University of Georgia. [University of Texas at Austin president Larry FAULKNER†- comments on minority students.] [Civil rights advocate Antonia HERNANDEZ†- says the Texas plan is based on housing segregation in the community.] [University of Georgia Matt WINSTON†- comments on Georgia’s early outreach program.]

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Brokaw, Tom;
Williams, Pete

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