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Recently, Taraji P. Henson spoke to the Christian Post about the movie “The Best of Enemies,” which is a true story of a relationship between an outspoken civil rights activist, and the president of the Durham chapter of United Klans of America. The unlikely pair worked together the summer of 1971 a few months after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the use of busing to desegregate schools. They ended up forming a friendship that lasted a lifetime up until Ellis’ death in 2005.

STX Films' The Best Of Enemies

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Henson says her character and believers as a whole are to display unconditional love, even to those who are hateful. (Source: The Christian Post)



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