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AN UNLIKELY FRIENDSHIP chronicles a surprising friendship that emerged between an embittered Ku Klux Klan leader and an outspoken black activist.This rich and compelling story begins in the early 1970s, when Ann Atwater, a poor welfare mother, and C.P. Ellis, the Exalted Grand Cyclops of the Durham (North Carolina) Ku Klux Klan, found themselves on opposing sides of the debate over public school integration. Initially, their relationship was fraught with distrust and hatred. Yet in working together and understanding one another, they formed a deep and loving friendship that continues to this day.

DISTRIBUTOR: American Public Television
APT PROGRAM SERVICE: Exchange
PRODUCER: Diane Bloom
PRESENTER: UNC Center for Public Television

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Contract period: 10/01/2004-09/30/2016
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The program is available on VHS for $19.95 and DVD for $24.95, plus shipping and handling. To order, visit "http://www.unlikelyfriendship.com".



The DVD and 20-page curriculum guide are available for educational purposes for $24.95, plus shipping and handling. To order, please visit "http://www.charactereducation.com", call 919-967-2100 or write to:

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OP Box 9211
Chapel Hill, NC 27515-9211