Ann Atwater, an African American grass-roots activist and subject of the movie The Best of Enemies , found herself in 1971 as the co-chair of a ten-day series of meetings in Durham, North Carolina, with the goal of reducing school violence and ensuring peaceful school desegregation. Her partner in doing this would be none other than the local president of the Ku Klux Klan, C.
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