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Greensboro to Re-Examine 1979 KKK-Related Deaths

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Greensboro to Re-Examine 1979 KKK-Related Deaths

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Greensboro to Re-Examine 1979 KKK-Related Deaths

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In Greensboro, N.C., members of what's being billed as the first "truth and reconciliation" commission in the United States is sworn in. The panel is charged with reviewing the shooting deaths of five people during an anti-Ku Klux Klan march in 1979. Larry Schooler of member station WFDD reports.