Integrity of Faith Chapter 1 (Part 2 of 2)

Although I had no problem making friends in Elementary school or Junior High, I still knew that I was different. At St. Paul I was just one among many, the people there were like me. They were black. Yet, I was living in a multicultural world, disproportionately so. My school was predominately white. My church was all black.

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