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It was 1966 in Warrensburg, Missouri By Storyteller Joyce Slater

On Joyce’s first day of college she met Catherine. Catherine was Black and Joyce was Caucasian. Their friendship was not a normal sight for small town, Missouri in 1966. How could Joyce ever really know the prejudice Catherine faced?

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"We shopped and she could only try on an item of clothing if she was going to buy it."

 

- Storyteller Joyce Slater
It was 1966 Warrensburg, Missouri

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