“Black nigger,” he yelled. I’m pretty sure. I wasn’t certain. My first reaction was to turn around to see. Then, in a hateful way, I began to hope he yelled it again, if indeed it was a repeat. I wanted to know who it was, or if I was wrong what had been said. All the faces behind me were silent. One man looked down to my reproach. We made eye contact….
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