Teen’s Courage and Compassion

bbc“In 1996, a black teenager protected a white man from an angry mob who thought he supported the racist Ku Klux Klan….Her religious beliefs played a part. But her own experience of violence was a factor, too…. It was an act of extraordinary courage and kindness – and is still inspiring people today.”

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