Just 20 years ago, a 21-year-old college student was abducted and brutally murdered in Laramie, Wyoming, in what is considered one of the worst hate crimes in U.S. history. Matthew Shepard became a symbol of deadly violence against gay people almost overnight. Now, two decades later, he will be laid to rest at the National Cathedral, in a place his parents feel his remains will go untouched. His father, Dennis, talks to Soledad about his journey from grief, to activism, and now peace.

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