One Man’s Redemption Through The Sins of His Fathers: ‘At Home in the Dark’

"At Home in the Dark" is getting personal.Family history can be interesting… Or it can be terrible.

Cary “Harrison” Sudler, the subject of this video, knows the weight one can carry when their family is less than kind. Listen as Sudler discusses his family’s slave-owning history, and his father’s Nazi leanings.

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Abbie Stutzer

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