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Here in South Carolina sixty percent of democratic voters are black making this first in the south primary a test of who can connect with black voters South Carolina will tell a very important story when that when that book comes in yes Sir South Carolina is a very conservative state mmhm but there's something about fundamentalist fundamental fairness the ticket in succulents you look through history you never saw the acrimony in South Carolina that you've got in Mississippi Alabama I like that fundamental fairness yeah that is a phenomenal fans getting succulents a state with a sense of fundamental fairness the community fighting against hatred and a sacred space that embodies the power of forgiveness what do you say to people that say they are struggling with this message of you know it's so divisive it so hateful that writers out there what is your message to those people I say have to learn the next person communicate and try to get now love is the answer to everything well I poly shepherd hopes to see more United country soon she says she thinks of some of the divisive rhetoric is coming from the top down she doesn't know who she will vote for yet she says she might make a spur of the moment decision based on what she hears at tonight's democratic debate she says she will be watching and she also told us guys that she has narrowed it down to two candidates to and she's pretty sure she's not sure which one of the two she's really paying attention but I thought she was an amazing remarkable woman just the fact that she wants to go to prison and minister dylann roof you know by the way is not shown any remorse for the shooting yeah well you know we talk about the divide in this country I think if more people approach their life the way poly does there be a lot less than this I can't imagine caring which is carried for the last five years and for her to be in the place where she is is really it's really impressive scale thank you thank you're welcome this is CBS news CEO radio hi Marie Hoffman at the intersection of entrepreneurism and life adventures stands a tall thin Texan named Paul Kirch off his company epics spelled E. P. X. mixes entrepreneurs and adventurers and what he calls experiential networking if this phenomenon that when you take people that are at a certain.