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To Da-Duh in Memoriam

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Amy Stuart

on 27 September 2016

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"Perhaps she was both, both child and woman, dark and light, past and present, life and death – all opposites contained and reconciled in her."
Da-Duh
Race
Then: ‘I beat up a white girl in my class last term.’

Beating up white people!’ Her tone was incredulous.
New York
“I know you don’t have anything this nice where you come from.” Then, as I hesitated: “I said I know you don’t have anything this nice where you come from….”
Colonisation
‘But oh Christ’, she said, ‘why you all got to get on like you never saw people from “Away” before? You would think New York is the only place to hear wunna. That is why I don’t like to go any place with you St. Andrews people, you know. You all ain’t been colonized.’
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