The Autobiography of an Ex-colored Man

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Some Americans will give the African American talents, a full service uplift or let them pass as being white and they will have no limitations on their talents.Seeing them as being white brings no racism into play.Therefore, racism is just an act of cruelty that hurts the African American society.This story of an Ex-Colored Man describes the racial issues he faces as he journeys through life.
The young ex-colored mans earliest of his life and home in Georgia were very limited.He lived with his mother and a white man used to come all the time to visit him when he was younger.Shortly after he remembered his childhood, he moved away to Connecticut with his mom.They finally got settled in Connecticut and got on their feet.Then all of a sudden his mom started to receive money under the table, from the white man in Georgia, which in turn helped support the family.
The young mans mom was a very neat and hard working woman, also a very careful and nurturing mother.She loved her son and supported him in everything that he wanted to do.With his mother's support, the young man was able to overcome obstacles that stood in his way.
One of the young mansfirst interest was when he was a young kid, he was bright and interested in music.This interest he had in music developed into an above average piano player.His talent expressed that he just loved music and the piano.
Thefirst struggle that the young man remembers about his color is when hefirst started school.As he recalls, hisfirst day at school he knew no one and began to feel very lonely.He made hisfirst friend when he helped out a "Red Head" during a spelling bee in class.Another memory he encountered at school was when the principal asked all the white children to stand up.When the young man stood up, he was asked to sit down and stand up later with all the colored later.
Later on that day as he walked home all the kids tea…