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For my friends, it was "the way things are." When I got off the train in Union Station, arriving home from my summer in Tennessee, my parents asked me many questions about my weeks away from Chicago.
When I talked about my experience on the Memphis bus, they explained that "Jim Crow" laws were wrong.
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When my friends and I got on the bus in Memphis, I rushed to the back of the bus, only to be told by the conductor that I could not sit there.
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That evening, the Franciscan priest, who was so kind to me and such a good pastor to my friends, explained the "social customs" in Tennessee.
For me, it was not so much an experience of inequality as of forced separation.The difference that skin color makes struck me forcibly, however, only when my friends took me to downtown Memphis.