An Interview: on racial prejudice

Once a porter in a steel mill, then head of a public relations firm, Alton A. Davis is presently chairman of the board of Gran Mother's Bakeries Inc., an institution appointed by the United States Department of Labor to provide vocational and basic academic training for the functionally unemployed in the hard core and economically depressed areas of Chicago, Illinois. He has traveled widely and has served his branch Church of Christ, Scientist, as First Reader.

You are a member of the black community, and a Christian Scientist. How do you look at the great stir in race relations these days?

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