| November 22, 2013
Protecting JFK, enduring racism
Abraham Bolden was honored to serve as a United States Secret Service agent. He joined the agency in 1960 and was later invited to the White House detail by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. Despite his love for serving his country, Bolden expereinced the harsh realities of racism - in some cases - by his fellow agents. It made his job that much harder to carry out. TheGrio.com's Todd Johnson reports.