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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jan 19, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(New York: Whitney Casey) Progress in desegregation since the death of Dr. Martin Luther King presented; details given about a study suggesting society is becoming “resegregated”; statistics cited on minority schools. [Integrated school attendee Tanararive DUE†- comments.] [Harvard University Gary ORFIELD†- says Latino students are the most segregated.] [New York City teacher Martha OLSON†- talks about the blending of cultures at her school and the effect of the low economic status of the students.] [Fordham Foundation Chester FINN†- says most parents are more concerned about whether their kids are learning than about race.]

Lin, Carol;
Casey, Whitney

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