“I think, looking back, a lot of liberal Southerners feel a sense of guilt that we didn’t do more, that we kept our views to ourselves, and that we let culture dictate to us how to behave.”
“The story of Kate and Delia demonstrates that racism and bigotry are learned behaviors that can be overcome, even when they are instilled in children at a very young age and supported by prevailing societal attitudes.”
Here’s the audio from the radio interview:
or download it from here.
And here’s a talk that I gave at the Library of Florida History about Reparation as part of their Florida Historical Society Lecture Series: