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Content generated: Music. Well, this is a police officer's uniform, a Baltimore City police officer in particular named Robert White. He gave me this uniform when he and I became the very best of friends. But you know, I first met Robert when I was a teenager, and then I later met him just a month after he got out of prison. He was in prison serving a sentence for assault with intent to murder two black men with a shotgun, and another sentence conspiring to bomb a synagogue in Baltimore. Now, I am a professional musician. I tour all over this country and around the world playing music. So, how do I end up with a policeman's uniform? He worked for the police department by day, but he also had another job which required a different kind of uniform. He was the Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan for the state of Maryland. This is his robe. This is what he wore when he conspired to bomb the synagogue and when he made plans to kill two black men with a shotgun. To understand why I have these items, let's take a little journey back in my life. I was born in Chicago in 1958. At the age of 10 in 1968, my parents had moved to Belmont, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. I was one of two black kids in the entire area, at least in the school. I joined the Cub Scouts at the age of 10 at the invitation of someone, one of my white male friends, and we had a march from Lexington to Concord to commemorate the ride of Paul Revere. My den mother let me carry the American flag, and as I was marching as the only black scout in this parade, along with...