Matt Ornstein

Accidental Courtesy

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Matt Ornstein on KCRW

African-American musician Daryl Davis has made it his life’s mission to become friends with KKK members.

Change through kindness: Why a black musician befriends the KKK

African-American musician Daryl Davis has made it his life’s mission to become friends with KKK members.

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