Committee Against Racism Rally Against Operation Zebra
KRON-TV News footage from April 23rd 1974 in San Francisco featuring views of a noon rally organized by the Committee Against racism, in protest against SFPD's stop and search policy on African American men as part of the 'Zebra' operation. Also includes an interview with a woman who states that: "We feel it's very clear that it's a racist attack that people are being stopped and given I.D. cards and arrested and intimidated ... It's simply building up fear and building up the idea among white people that they need to be fearful of black people." Opening graphic designed by Carrie Hawks.
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- Date aired
- Recording medium
- 16mm color magentic sound film
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- Young Broadcasting of San Francisco, Inc.
- Type of material
- local newsfilm
- KRON 3614-1