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Capitol Journal - Civil Rights

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Capitol Journal - Civil Rights

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Capitol Journal - Civil Rights

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Show Preview Montage: Opens w/shot of anti-apartheid march in Washington D.C. led by the Congressional Black Caucus - marchers hold long banner between them reading "Apartheid Kills . CU Representative JIM LEACH (R - Iowa) Ending apartheid in this century is as great a moral imperative as was ending slavery in the last. MCU State Department official, Frank Wisner, The line the President took on September 9, when he announced the executive order, was a message to all Americans - Let s pull together. MCU Dr Aaron Shirley, People our age can identify with the ones who are being oppressed in South Africa. CU William Simmons, People I run into say leave South Africa alone. Capital Journal host HODDING CARTER introduces the show.

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Washington DC: GV anti-apartheid march in the nation's capitol, marchers cover the width of the street while holding hands, dome of the Capital Building seen in BG. Marchers chant "Freedom yes, apartheid no!" MS African American & Caucasian anti-apartheid demonstrators marching past camera, raising fists & chanting. CU Senator TED KENNEDY (D - Massachusetts) at podium, The grass roots movement across this country is taking place in the villages, and towns and churches all over American. And it is continuing in the Congress of the United States. MS Anti-apartheid demonstrators marching past camera w/banner. CU representative JIM LEACH (R - Iowa) at podium "All we ask of this Republican President is that he construct a foreign policy consistent with the views of the first Republican President, Abraham Lincoln.

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Anti-Apartheid March, Washington DC: GV anti-apartheid march with demonstrators holding hands & wearing matching BARAC t-shirts, pan to Representatives WALTER FAUNTROY, LOUIS STOKES and other Congressional Black Caucus leaders marching w/ banner reading "Apartheid Kills". Pan of protest march showing women singing & Congressional Black Caucus leaders marching w/ banner reading "Apartheid Kills".

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Anti-Apartheid March South African Embassy, Washington DC: Tracking MS African American men marching w/place cards while chanting, cards read "South African Free Political Prisoners", "Stop Apartheid Now". MS press cameras filming the protest/demonstration. MS Caucasian & African American men walking past camera, protesting while wearing "Free South African" & "Stop Apartheid Now" place cards.

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Washington DC: Exterior GV Capitol Building as 1980s era mini-van drives by. Various shots of the House floor which Speaker TIP O'NEILL presides.

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Anti-Apartheid Protests, South Africa: GV street w/ traffic as South African civilians throw rocks across to the other side. GV South African police crossing road prepared w/ riot gear. TLS South African military convoy moving past camera. GV street packed w/ protestors as military truck drives away w/ cheering & waving civilian arrestees in the back. MCU South African protestors chanting in street while marching w/ wooden coffin. Nice MCU man from South African security forces looking at camera as huge fire ball explosion burns behind him. GV police(security forces) armored vehicle on the move w/ huge spiral of thick black smoke rising in BG.

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September 9, 1985: MS as President Ronald Reagan signs executive order imposing "modified" sanctions on South Africa and explains his intentions in signing it. CU Reagan, I want to work with the Congress to advance bipartisan support for America's policy toward South Africa, and that's why I have put forward this Executive order today.

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U.S. Reaction to Sanctions on South Africa: July 25, 1985 State Department official FRANK WISNER Our preference is to take measures that do not involve sanctions and therefore the administration is not supporting a sanctions approach. Press conference Senator RICHARD LUGAR (R - Indiana) The South African government and the world must know that Americans speak with one voice. Senator BOB DOLE (R - Kansas) Let s have a few political votes, then let s get back together. And postpone consideration of this report for 90 days, 120 days, whatever. And if the President doesn t comply with the intent of the executive order, then I ll be in there helping.

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U.S. Reaction to Sanctions on South Africa: Senator ALAN CRANSTON (D - California) We will do our upmost to attach the sanctions to a measure that is difficult to filibuster and to a measure that is difficult to veto. State Department official, Frank Wisner, The line the President took on September 9, when he announced the executive order, was a message to all Americans - Let s pull together. Let s speak with one voice on this subject. Let s send one signal to South Africa. The problem of apartheid is a problem that s in South Africa, not a problem inside the United States. MS Anti-apartheid protest march led by the Congressional Black Caucus - marchers hold long banner between them reading "Apartheid Kills .