A NovelBook - 2017
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Don't give then a reason to stop you, son... black men for whom self-regard was both a natural state of being and a survival technique. His uncles adhered to those ancient rules of southern living, for they understood how easily a colored man's general comportment could turn into a matter of life and death. Darren had always wanted to believe that theirs was the last generation to have to live that way, that change might trickle down from the White House. When in fact the opposite had proved to be true. In the wake of Obama, America had told on itself.
She nodded, staring at him in the dim light. “But why come back?”
“Jasper,” he said softly.
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