What One Woman Aims To Achieve By Preserving Racist Emblems

Confederate flags and statues have sparked demonstrations in communities across the country. But not all acts of confrontation and reconciliation occur in public.

In Springfield, Massachusetts, an African-American woman quietly brought Aunt Jemima — a once-common image of American racism — into her home. Ben James from New England Public Radio tells us why.

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