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Describes some of the jobs Rosemarie’s father had in Georgia, and his experience of overhearing white people talk disparagingly about blacks as if he were not present, even as he worked in their sight. Tells story of an African American soldier being forced by whites to jump from a train. The chapter is a meditation on how southern whites feared black people even as they refused to acknowledge their existence on a daily basis.

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