The Confederacy’s Sons (and black daughter)
Travis Kellerman
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Travis,

When I first read about The Confederacy’s Sons in your previous post I couldn’t wait for your follow up, and feared that you would leave that section out for a grander audience.

I’m glad that you didn’t leave it out. I felt the familiar tingle of nervous butterflies when reading the section about your inner turmoil. Thanks for the read! I too would have been extremely curious, and felt guilty at the same time. (Last year I attended an event that brought out a similar sense in me.)

Carey

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