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How does George Washington Carver overcome racism? What spiritual techniques does he use? What does he do as a person to combat racism?

Does Carver fit better in the white world or the black world? Who accepts him more and why? Does Carver see himself as fully black? Do you see Carver as fully black?

How does Moses' death influence Carver? How does his brother Jim's death influence Carver? How does Carver deal with death? How does that compare to how he deals with new life in nature studies? How does he deal with his own impending death?

Carver seems to adhere to Buddhist principles. How is Carver spiritual? How does this spirituality help or hinder him? Is Carver a spiritual person or more of a religious person? What is the difference between spirituality and religion?

Who influences Carver the most? Booker T. Washington or his white...

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