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Real Talk: WOC & Allies

I grew up in a close, Southern (white) family, until the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. After my grandmother died, the family divided: the northern and western branches continued to see each other, but the southern branch was on its own. That was the last I saw of half of my cousins.

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