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“All Me”: A Review

During the after-discussion, Winfred Rembert was asked how he felt about being around white people, given his past experiences in the segregated South, and he replied that he never minded being around white people, but it was hard getting used to white people who tell the truth. The mostly white audience at the screening, which numbered a hundred or a little more, let out an uneasy burst of laughter. Winfred Rembert grew up in Cuthbert, Georgia, having been given to over by his mother to one of her aunts when… Read more “All Me”: A Review