When Leaving Racism Means Leaving One’s Family

Mississippi politicians. If not for the Navy, I might have been supporting these people. My family there sure did. (talkpoverty.org)

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Retired Navy. Inveterate contrarian. If I haven’t done it, I’ve usually done something close.

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Retired Navy. Inveterate contrarian. If I haven’t done it, I’ve usually done something close.

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