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Peggy Wallace Kennedy is a nationally recognized speaker, lecturer and writer. Her father, George Wallace, and her mother, Lurleen Wallace, were both governors of Alabama. Her most recent work is "The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation." Kennedy has received, among others, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Rosa Parks Legacy Award, the Emmett Till Legacy Foundation Woman of Courage Award, the Brown Foundation Human Rights Award and the MLK Commission Award from the City of San Antonio, Texas. Her dedication to racial reconciliation offers hope for change in a divided America.