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lynchings have occurred because Negroes painted their homes aware of the scheme, some aides are told —work out efficient behavior control techniques this personal quality is ambivalent there’s no sign saying what they’re made of—

black balls tilt under the red cap years later the beatings continue

on a street corner way too far from Haiti the drilling goes on into the night lending the scene an elegant aura the sweeping views will substantially change the skyline

Geoffrey Jacques

Geoffrey Jacques is the Managing Editor of New Labor Forum and author of Suspended Knowledge, Free Within Ourselves: An Introduction to the Harlem Renaissance, Hunger and Other Poems, and The African-American Movement Today.

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ISSN
1080-6512
Print ISSN
0161-2492
Pages
p. 112
Launched on MUSE
1999-01-01
Open Access
No
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