Mary Jane, a Negro high school student in the Deep South, is chosen as one of two non-white students for a newly integrated school ... At first she bitterly resents the role of ambassador, but slowly becomes less defensive and forms a sound relationship with her classmates based on genuine compatability.
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The story of Red Anne
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