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Lee Lee - xerography collage of a southern US cottonmill

 

 

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"Other school mates called them Niggers because they were part Indian and so very dark.My Mother never told me this.I think this is one reason,she let other people intimidate her,all through Life.Plus her Perents kept her out of School until her younger Sister was old enough to go.That way they could walk together. The had Primmer(same as Kinder Garten)when she got into the First grade,she was 8 yrs.old. She made straight A's,all the way through the 8th grade,then her Family took her out of School to go to work in the Mill to help support the Family This has always bothered her.I told her than should not bother her.She had 3 Sons that got her smarts and their Daddy's stong Back,they were not afraid of work.One with out the other does not function very well."

quoted from a letter written by my grandmother

 

xerography, conte, pencil, tea & tar paper on burnt strathmore | 5.7 | 11" x 11"

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