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'An absolute gift': Southwest flight attendant, American Airlines CEO have emotional racism talk at 30,000 feet

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American Airlines CEO Doug Parker and a Southwest Airlines flight attendant bonded over the book "White Fragility'' on a flight to Florida.
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