Racism is nothing new. In fact, previous generations of African Americans faced much more overt racism than we see today. Hall of Famers George Raveling & Wayne Embry have the receipts and they’ll tell their stories. Both came of age in the 1950’s and reached the pinnacle of success in the 1970’s & ’80’s. Their success in not only overcoming discrimination, but rising to the very top of their respective professions provides a timeless lesson for all of us. At 23:30 is this story: George provided security for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963 and he shares a story from that day that few if any people have ever heard. Wayne also shares the amazing story of his former teammates Maurice Stokes and Jack Twyman, who took the concept of “brotherhood” and caring to an incredibly high level.