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SCRAPS, Let’s Talk

In The Beginning “The past is nothing but prologue…” Jean-Baptiste Delacroix is a character in Geraldine Inoas’ play SCRAPS, who opens the play with these words, punctuated with a pause, and then N****r.  Then again, and while we wonder why we are watching a young African American man repeat this line over and over, he relates a story about another young black man, Forrest Winthrop, ...

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