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There they were, seventeen black men, seminarians, sitting in a single row, scowls in place, daring us to say anything. Their complaints went well beyond any dispute of what was said on the day in question. Their interpretation of the incident was seen as a disenfranchisement. As one voice, they were saying that Cheri and I had stripped them of any ability to make a decision. They were being treated like irresponsible children. All that was nine thousand miles away, and we felt it. There was little to do other than get through it somehow. Until the phone rang.

 

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