A Student, a Divided Town, and the Long Road to Forgiveness

Feb 9, 2016

02/09/16 - Think of being a scapegoat—in 1964—when a deep-south high school had its first taste of integration.  But you aren’t African-American.  You’re the lone white kid who befriended four new black students. On Tuesday’s Topical Currents we hear the story of Greg Whittkamper, the white student who was treated horribly—and brutalized, by his white classmates. We’ll discuss the book, THE CLASS OF ’65:  A Student, a Divided Town, and the Long Road to ForgivenessThat’s Tuesday at 1pm.