More than four decades after the Greensboro Massacre, the city formally apologizes for the role of city police. On Nov. 3, 1979, a caravan of Ku Klux Klansmen and American Nazi Party members pulled out weapons and killed five people protesting at an anti-Klan march in Greensboro. Ten people were injured, and the police were nowhere to be found — even though they knew a violent attack was coming.
Host Frank Stasio gets reaction from Reverend Nelson Johnson, executive director of the Beloved Community Center in Greensboro and a survivor of the Greensboro Massacre.
Archival image courtesy Greensboro News & Record.