Nightline: America in Black and White #721806
ABC Special for Thursday, Jan 23, 2003
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Town Meeting at Jasper High School in Texas with Ted Koppel (ABC), brother of Shawn Berry, Louis Berry, Faith Temple Rev. Ray Lewis, Jasper businessman Trent Smith, Dr. Joel Wesley Dickerson‡, Deep East Texas Council of Governments Walter Diggles, Former Jasper County District Attorney Guy James Gray, Jasper businesswoman Unav Wade, St. Michael's Catholic priest Ron Foshage and unidentified others in response to the PBS documentary "America Black and White : Two Towns of Jasper" re: race relations in the aftermath of the brutal slaying of African American James Byrd in 1998. Taped segment from 1999 with John Donvan (ABC) and Jasper Radio broadcaster Michael Loud‡.
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