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Topic - Augustus White Iii
Growing up in segregated Memphis, Tenn., during the Jim Crow era, Augustus White III knew about those certain places off-limits to him as a black man _ restrooms, diners and schools.
"If I can do anything in my power to make people aware of this bias that affects all of us," said White, "then I think I've completed my mission."
"Pain is an equalizer, and, of course, the greatest equalizer of all is death, of which I saw plenty," White writes. "Death is the equal opportunity employer."