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Segment 7 (Understanding the Incomprehensible) #778118

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 26, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The film "Paper Clips" about the story of a group of middle school children in the small southern town of Whitwell, Tennessee, who started a Holocaust study group, featured; scenes shown from Whitwell, including the railroad box car memorial to house the paper clips symbolizing each life lost; details given of the European response to the school project. ["Paper Clips" producer Joe FAB†, school principal Linda HOOPER†, teacher Sandra ROBERTS†, student Casey CONDRA†, "Paper Clips" director Elliott BERLIN†- talk about the project to teach children about intolerance & prejudice by collecting six million paper clips.] [Holocaust survivor Sam SITKO†- recounts Holocaust stories.] {Note: segment originally shown 12/21/2004}

Brown, Aaron

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