An African-American Agriculture Department worker resigns over her handling of a white Georgia farmer's case when she worked for a nonprofit group in 1986. It came to light when Shirley Sherrod talked about the case at an NAACP banquet earlier this year. Were her remarks a teaching moment that backfired, or evidence of racism?
Sherrod says her comments were taken out of context – that the point of her story was to unite people.
Watch her interview with Tony Harris below, then tell us what you think. We'll share some of your comments on air in the CNN Newsroom, 11:00am – 1:00pm ET.