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Black and Proud: James McBride on James Brown

James McBride's 'Kill 'Em and Leave' is a scorchingly honest examination of the racial divide that explains why America continues to be a bloody and schizophrenic place. The post Black and Proud: James McBride on James Brown appeared first on The Millions.
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