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Life on the Color Line by Gregory Howard Williams
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Jan 03, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: true-stories

This is not for the very sensitive reader - it has stories that will make you ill, break your heart, and sit wondering how we survived inner city living. Those who come from broken homes, poverty, and neighborhoods that many people try to avoid, will understand the heart of this man as he shares what he experienced while growing up. There are parts that will make you laugh, cry, and become very angry - but well worth the read because it will help you understand some aspects of growing up in a racially mixed environment.

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