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Nightline #856632

ABC Special for Monday, Apr 09, 2007

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  • Taped segment with Dan Harris (ABC), Reverend Al Sharpton, talk show host Don Imus, Rutgers University President Richard McCormick, “Chicago Tribune” columnist Clarence Page, Ken Auletta of “The New Yorker”, and Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain re: issues related to Don Imus’s controversial remarks about the Rutgers women’s basketball team on his show last week.
  • Taped segment with Bill Weir (ABC), midwife Brenda Simwenda, Zambian Ministry of Health Dr. Reuben Mbewe, Dr. Tempo Mumba, Columbia University Earth Institute Director Professor Jeffrey Sachs, and New York University Development Research Institute Director Professor William Easterly re: the significance of the introduction of a birthing kit for pregnant mothers in Zambia.
  • Taped segment with John Berman (ABC), tattoo artist Sam Hacker, attorney Bruce Rafelson‡, and unidentified others re: the lawsuit brought by Michael Duplessis after Sam Hacker misspelled the tattoo he created for him, and the groundswell of support for Hacker from tattoo artists and other supporters.
  • Reporter(s):
    Harris, Dan;
    Weir, Bill;
    Berman, John
    Duration:
    00:30:00

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