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Exploring racism in the mid-1800s

Panel seeks statue of historic author

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / February 26, 2004

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"Why was I made? Why can't I die? Oh, what have I to live for? No one cares for me only to get my work. And I feel sick; who cares for that? Work as long as I can stand, and then fall down and lay there till I can get up. No mother, father, brother or sister to care ... (Full Article: 1141 Words)

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