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How a Southerner shed his racism

Franklin McCallie, 75, grew up in the segregated South as an admittedly ignorant bigot. Today, McCallie dedicates much of his time to promoting strong relationships between whites and blacks. So what caused McCallie's views to change? As he tells it, it was a conversation he had in 1961 that forever changed him.
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