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What makes a white man in 1960s Alabama, the son of a Klansman, subject himself to arrests and beatings in the name of racial equality? Bob Zellner devoted his life to civil rights. Now Spike Lee is making his story. He talks to us about arrests, online hate, and a union-organising Klansman named M.O. working alongside black activists in America’s Old South.

From London, and this week from Alabama, join Dr Charles Kriel for Son of the South, a special episode of the Corsham Institute’s Data, Ethics and Trust.

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