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"[A retired teacher, and the daughter of a teacher who spent her career in the one- and two-room schools of a racially segregated Limestone County, Maggie attributes her ability to get along with people of all types, in part, to a lesson taught by the Rev. Judson King, her principal at Trinity High School.] Rev. King was reared on a sharecropper's place - in Georgia, I think, ... He used to tell us how when his daddy died, the owner put his family off the place the same day his daddy was buried. The person who saw them going along the road with all their belongings and took them in was white. Rev. King said, 'Always remember, not all white people are bad; not all black people are good.'"