Charlottesville Is a Painful Reminder of How Little Has Changed

In 1979, Rev. Nelson Johnson watched fellow anti-racist protesters die at the hands of white supremacists in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Years later, the violence in Charlottesville is stirring up painful memories.


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