Coming of Age in Mississippi

What is young Anne Moodys vision of poverty?

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From an early age she was able to understand that being black meant doing without and being white meant having everything and keeping it to yourself. As she matured, this undersanding came to represent a crushing oppression that treated people of color with indifference, allowing rape, murder, and injustice to prevail.