We Need New Names - For Real, How They Left and Destroyed Michigan Summary & Analysis

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The children are up in a tree watching the funeral procession for Bornfree. The children watch as Bornfree’s mother wails, cries, and runs because they have killed her son. As a game, the children reenact Bornfree’s death. The BBC camera men see the children playing the game and ask them what kind of a game it is. The children say it isn’t a game. It's for real.

People start leaving Africa in droves. They are leaving everything they know behind them to start new lives elsewhere. Many of them are leaving with sores on them because they have the sickness. Others are leaving because they cannot live any longer in a country that is being taken over by the whites.

Darling moves the America to live with her aunt, her aunt's husband, and her...

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