Consider this from Black Awakening from Liz Jones and Derrick Gilchrist. They speak of a statue that we, down south referred to as a “lawn jockey” and growing up thought that it was demeaning and wrong to display it. Every time I saw one it made me angry and I found myself very disappointed in the family who lived in the house that displayed it. That was before I learned this
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