This was one of my most enjoyable interviews, and honored to know Don Lemon, who I believe is one of our nation's bright lights in journalism. Sharp, substantive, optimistic, an honest broker, and with a vision for the future too (meaning, he is not cynical, even though he witnesses a great amount of not-so-attractive human behavior every day). Anyway, I was glad I could do this while in Atlanta one day last week. Check it out, share it with friends, open the debate. Comment. Be a part of the change we want to see in the world. When you watch this, remember what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, "the (civil rights) movement was about saving black men's bodies and white men's souls." In other words, we all can teach, and we all can and should learn, but we will only get through this mess called life, together. Onward with HOPE, John Hope Bryant
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