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Agriculture Department / Sherrod Race Case / Interviews (Part II) #970764

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 20, 2010
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(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Last night's message from Agriculture Department rural development director Shirley Sherrod after an edited video of her March speech at the NAACP was posted on YouTube. [Voice of SHERROD - says Fox misrepresented her story about a white farmer & her own transformation about race.]

(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with white farmer Roger Spencer about how Sherrod was helpful to him 20 years ago. [From Iron City, Georgia, SPOONER - says Sherrod helped him with a bankruptcy & charges of racism are ridiculous.] [In interview, SHERROD - recounts how she helped the Spooners save their farm from foreclosure & how they had to go to a second lawyer.]

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