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A Quick Tip by blnchsr

  • Jul 9, 2010
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I remember reading this in junior high, and for someone who was raised in New England, where I had never even seen a person of color, then grew up in Southern California where I met people of all different races, religions, creeds, etc. this was a very interesting story. The movie with Sidney Poitier was wonderful, too.
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