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Describes a talk that Rosemarie gave to one of Rachel’s African American studies classes, in which she discussed the love that forms the foundation of southern culture (black and white), the importance of gratitude and forgiveness, and people like Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Clarence and Florence Jordan, Anne Braden and Will Campbell, who were important mentors to Rosemarie. The lesson Rosemarie leaves the students with is that none of us is better than anyone else and none of us is worse. We’re all human.

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