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In this chapter, Rosemarie discusses the way her family viewed and handled death—with sadness, but also with a sense of community, as a reaffirming of life. She also talks about some of the things that simply weren’t discussed when she was a child (such as the lynchings that sent the family north), and elements of the African American mystic tradition—dreams, visions, and sight.

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