America’s Race Paradox

To some younger than one’s reporter this arrangement looks surreal. I saw it often as a child.
It would be nice if it could be said they did not die in vain.

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Writer, activist, novelist, sixth generation DC, local historian-storyteller, and 1:1 patient care technician five days a week.

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AJ Calhoun

AJ Calhoun

Writer, activist, novelist, sixth generation DC, local historian-storyteller, and 1:1 patient care technician five days a week.

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