Daryl Davis and BLM activist Kwame Rose discuss their pivotal confrontation moment from Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America.
The filmmakers included this conversation in the DVD special features to show that though they don't agree on everything 100%, they recognize and respect each other for doing what they can to combat racism.
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