Growing up African American and poor in the US was hard. But Nelson Mandela had it harder, and in his life generations of Americans striving for racial equality in their own country found inspiration.
George Henderson's father was run out of his home in Hurtsboro, Alabama, by the Ku Klux Klan in the 1930s. He was five, and he and his family - his parents were sharecroppers - moved to Indiana.
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