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January 13, 2013
I was 15 in 1963, in my hometown of Newnan, GA. We learned next to nothing about racism and the civil rights movement from family, school or church. News articles and op-ed pieces like this column by Mr. Patterson in the Atlanta newspapers opened my eyes, Thank you, Sir, for what you did and who you were.
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