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Earl Hutchinson Sr.
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"When I was in St. Louis, I was colored. When I got to Chicago,
I was a Negro. When I got to California, I was black. But I'm
still brown. Someday, I hope we would be known as just
Americans. I'm asking no more, no less."

(Interview with The Times, 2000.)

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