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.
This segment aired on January 15, 2018.
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