Thomas Harris talks about his childhood in the Burglund area of McComb, Mississippi and graduating from Burglund High School and Rust College. He talks about how he viewed race relations during his youth. He speaks of the segregation of facilities, bombings in McComb, and taking a stand during the Civil Rights Movement. Harris also talks about new opportunities Blacks were able to share with Whites because of the Civil Rights Movement.
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