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Black Man Has Convinced Hundreds To Leave KKK By Becoming Their Friends

Written by Gavin Lee
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Scott Shepherd, a former Klan Grand Dragon who has since turned into an anti-racism advocate, is also involved in the documentary and is one of the shining examples of Davis’ friendship

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In 1998, Davis recounted many of his stories in ‘Klan-Destine Relationships: A Black Man’s Odyssey In The Ku Klux Klan’ and was even once given a KKK medallion reading ‘Member - In Good Standing’.

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His story of friendship before hatred and dialogue instead of violence is one the world over could learn from, even if it is a bit of an eccentric way of doing it. Watch the trailer for the documentary below, and see Davis shake hands with a current KKK officer.

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His story of friendship before hatred and dialogue instead of violence is one the world over could learn from, even if it is a bit of an eccentric way of doing it. Watch the trailer for the documentary below, and see Davis shake hands with a current KKK officer.

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What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to SHARE this post with your Facebook friends. If you’re interested in reading similar stories then please click on the ‘Next Post’ button below.

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