Part 1 of 2: In today’s episode, Matthew speaks with Daryl Davis. He is a musician and activist that works to end racism one person at a time. His tactics are unique but effective. Daryl is an African American man that befriends members of the KKK and white supremacy groups to diplomatically show them the err of their ways. Many of these individuals leave their respective organizations after spending time with Daryl and engaging in a dialogue about their ideologies. This is a fascinating conversation that covers many topics including music, police reform, and race relations in the US.
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