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Henry was raised in a little Mississippi town, near the Gulf Coast. This is where he absorbed the values of hard work, love of nature and respect for community. At an early age, Henry was taught that a strong man stands to protect those around him. The south is also were Henry experienced the darker side of America – the deep roots of racism. He remembers, even though school desegregation, voting rights and civil rights legislation had passed years earlier, having to order and pick up food at the back of restaurants with his grandfather. Of his experience in the south Henry says that, “The impact of being treated different, being denied the right to be a full America sticks with you for a lifetime.” (Click Here For More)