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Moment #8: Oprah's Apprehensions About Taping in Forsyth County, Georgia
In 1987, Forsyth County, Georgia, was known as a hotbed of racism. Not one single black person had lived there since World War I. Oprah decided to take her show on the road for a town hall meeting, but she says that before setting foot in Forsyth County, she knew she would be walking into a hostile environment. Look back at footage from that show and watch as Oprah reflects about being anxious during the taping.
Published on September 18, 2012