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The Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.: 40 Years Later / National Civil Rights Museum / Best Buy #901903

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 04, 2008
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(Memphis: Brian Williams) Report introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Memphis: Ron Mott) Retailer Best Buy’s effort to promote its commitment to inclusion by conducting diversity training at the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, where Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated 40 years ago, featured; scenes shown. [Best Buy employees Carl ALI†, 2 WOMEN - react to the museum.] [Best Buy diversity director Jim LANGEMO†- says our leaders get an idea of what kind of legacy they want to leave.] [National Civil Rights Museum president Beverly ROBERTSON†- says Best Buy invests.] [Best Buy human resources manager Sarah MATTHEWS†- explains how the training affected her.] [Retired Best Buy human resources officer Richard WALKER†- says we put people in a position to be honest with themselves.]

Williams, Brian;
Mott, Ron

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