Citizen: An American Lyric Setting

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Drugstore

This is where the African American woman was rendered 'invisible' by the man that cut in front of her at the front counter.

Jena Highschool

This is where six black teens beat a white teen to death. It is also where, weeks prior, white students had displayed nooses from the big live oak tree in the front of the school. The entire school had been a hot zone for racial tension for many months.

The Bus

This is where a woman decided to overcome her own inherent racism and sit next to a black man on the bus.

England

In the Mark Duggan case, an extreme form of racism happened in England, but it could just as easily have been a story from the U.S.

Sporting Arenas

Sports are mentioned a few times in the book, most notably the tennis and soccer arenas. In both instances, though...

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