[Funeral of Charles Hardison]
Original Airdate: 4/16/1990
Item Type: newstape - edited story master
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Christy George reports on the funeral of Charles Hardison (Milton resident). George reports that Hardison was a good student and star tennis player at Milton High School. She notes that Hardison was shot in his home. George reports that many people consider the suburbs of Boston to be safe from the problems of urban violence. George's report includes footage of African American and white mourners outside of Hardison's funeral at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Milton. White and African American mourners console one another. George interviews mourners Wilson Henderson, Theresa Jenkins, and Roosevelt Stokes outside of the church. Jenkins says that Hardison's death has brought people of both races together. Henderson talks about the problem of violence. George talks about Hardison's accomplishments at Milton High School. George's report includes footage from WCVB of Hardison with his tennis team. George notes that Hardison's death challenges stereotypes about urban violence and race relations.
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