An African American Confronts the Klan in Accidental Courtesy

Despite not getting a straight answer as to why people hate based on skin colour alone, African-American Daryl ... of Davis’ book Klan-Destine Relationships is coming out sometime this year. His documentary Accidental Courtesy will be aired on PBS ...

When someone Daryl Davis has befriended leaves the Ku Klux Klan, he often gives Davis the robe he wore as a member of that group. Over the years, Davis, by his own account, has amassed dozens of these retired jerseys of hate. Accidental Courtesy: Daryl ... An African American Confronts the Klan in Accidental Courtesy

“And when he quit the Klan he gave me his ... Davis says in the film, “Accidental Courtesy.” “As shameful as it is, you don’t burn our history.” Davis’ actions are not without critics in the African-American community. Among them is Kwame ...

It is easily the most uncomfortable and heated scene in Matt Ornstein’s debut documentary, Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America. For a film that is largely based on the interactions between an African-American ... the Ku Klux Klan and other ...

A veteran African-American rock and blues musician ... Well timed for an election year even more charged with divisive rhetoric than usual, “Accidental Courtesy” offers an entertaining and inspirational message of rapprochement with the potential ...

Matt made Accidental Courtesy to capture famed African American musician Davis’s passion for collecting robes of former Ku Klux Klan members he’d befriended. The film, which premieres on Independent Lens on PBS Monday, February 13 at 10 pm [check ...

Though the subject of “Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis ... Instead, it’s his ongoing mission as an African American man to meet members of hate groups such as the Ku Klux Klan and build relationships with them. In decades spent doing this, he collects ...

But I have seen nothing as intense or raw as the one in Baltimore that's shown in the PBS documentary "Accidental Courtesy." The film, which premieres Monday night at 10, follows Daryl Davis, an African-American ... of the Ku Klux Klan.

The film, “Accidental Courtesy” by director Matt Ornstein ... while opening their eyes to the unnecessary hatred they’ve harbored toward African-Americans for so long. His goal? To find ways of coming together as a nation, especially during this ...

There’s a fine line between working to expose the Klan and inadvertently ... whose film “Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America” premieres February 13 on PBS’ “Independent Lens.” It’s the story of an African-American musician ...

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