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This short chapter is a meditation on the way singer/activist Bernice Johnson Reagon (who lived downstairs from the Freeney-Harding family) used the tones of traditional African American congregational singing to comfort Rosemarie’s Aunt Hettie who had recently lost her daughter.

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