Attorney General Janet Reno sits with musicians John Rzeznik, left, and Robby Takac, center, members of The Goo Goo Dolls rock group, at a news conference announcing the "Fight for Your Rights: Take a Stand Against Violence" campaign, at New York's MTV Studios, Friday, May 7, 1999. MTV along with the U.S. Dept. of Justice and U.S. Dept. of Education introduced an anti-violence youth action guide and compact disc to be distributed to more than one million young people across the country.
Attorney General Janet Reno sits with musicians John Rzeznik, left, and Robby Takac, center, members of The Goo Goo Dolls rock group, at a news conference announcing the "Fight for Your Rights: Take a Stand Against Violence" campaign, at New York's MTV Studios, Friday, May 7, 1999. MTV along with the U.S. Dept. of Justice and U.S. Dept. of Education introduced an anti-violence youth action guide and compact disc to be distributed to more than one million young people across the country. RICHARD DREW Associated Press File
Attorney General Janet Reno sits with musicians John Rzeznik, left, and Robby Takac, center, members of The Goo Goo Dolls rock group, at a news conference announcing the "Fight for Your Rights: Take a Stand Against Violence" campaign, at New York's MTV Studios, Friday, May 7, 1999. MTV along with the U.S. Dept. of Justice and U.S. Dept. of Education introduced an anti-violence youth action guide and compact disc to be distributed to more than one million young people across the country. RICHARD DREW Associated Press File

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