Laid his change on the counter

Steve Williams

I was 12 and working in my Dad’s gas station in a small town in Nebraska in 1968. I had never seen a black man before. As soon as I laid his change down instead of handing it to him directly I realized he was no different. But too late.

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  • jen

    this is so good! This is actually one of my favorites!


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