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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The high risk of drowning for African American & Latino children featured; USA Swimming/University of Memphis statistics on swimming by race cited; details given about programs promoting swimming for minority children; scenes shown from the pool. [The Josh Project Wanda BUTTS- recounts what happened to her son in the lake.] [Mother Dee GEORGE- says she feared drowning.] [Olympic swimmer Cullen JONES- says we need to get our kids water-safe.]
- Harris, Dan;
- Claiborne, Ron
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