From YT: "The festival trailer for the award-winning documentary feature about Daryl Davis, a black musician who befriends members of the KKK and other white supremacists in search of the answer to his question: "How can you hate me if you don't even know me."
Another thing I'm surprised (or perhaps not necessarily surprised unfortunately) that hasn't hit the Sift before.
Inspiring story of a black musician that befriended members of the KKK and ultimately, through his friendship, convinced many of them to leave the klan.
I think this is entirely relevant in the current times of divisiveness, where the far ends of the political spectrum are constantly pushing for more hate, to show that bringing people together is not done by shouting at them, insulting them or punching them. It's done by listening to them (ie. giving them a platform) and then having a reasoned discussion.