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Chicago, Illinois / School Violence / Duncan, Residents Interviews #949826

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 07, 2009
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(Chicago: Anderson Cooper) Earlier exclusive interview held with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan about the violence at the schools in Chicago. [Today, Attorney General Eric HOLDER - says this is a community problem: an American problem.] [DUNCAN - says all of us need to step up & stop pointing fingers: we have to get to our children at an early age & local communities have to work with the kids; hopes maybe the video of a death can galvanize.]

(Chicago: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with community residents about the violence. [Albert VAUGHN - says his son was beaten to death.] [Sonya WILLIAMS - complains about school security; says it is not safe.] [Rod MOYER - offer suggestions.]

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