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Subject: I'll never forget Spike Lee's "4 Little Girls", and final comments of the documentary, from one of the mothers, of one of the four girls killed, Carole Robertson. -Mrs. Robertson's Christian outlook was inspiring. -Entire VIDEO ...
Chris McNair, father of another of the girls 'Cynthia', died last May. His widow Maxine, I believe, is the last surviving parent of the girls killed.
Mrs. Robertson: "Well, I don't know, different ways. That's a tricky question...I guess it's a question that deserves an answer, I guess. You ask me how it comes out? Sometimes it comes out in ways I'm not even conscious of. You know, you're thinking about something, and having the wrong thoughts, and something comes up, then anger expresses itself. But I've tried to just put all of that behind me and go on and live. Because in addition to that, so many other things have happened, you know? My husband is gone, my three brothers, my sister, my parents. And of course, my kids, my family, I have two (surviving children) a son and a daughter, three grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. ...So, I have something to be thankful for, after all."