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Nightline: A City Searching for Justice and Peace #978172

ABC Special for Thursday, Apr 12, 2001

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  • Live discussions with Ted Koppel (ABC), Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken, and New Prospect Baptist Church pastor and leader of the Cincinnati Black United Front Damon Lynch, re: riots in Cincinnati following the shooting of an African American man by city police.
  • Includes a taped segment of a statement by Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken.
  • Taped segment with Dean Reynolds (ABC), University of Cincinnati Professor Eric Abercrombie, attorney Eric Lawson, and NAACP President Kweise Mfume.
  • Reporter(s):
    Reynolds, Dean

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