In just one year, everything in one ordinary public middle school changed. It went from an incoming class of thirty sixth graders—most of them Black, Latino, and Middle Eastern—to a class of 103 sixth graders.
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On a friend’s recommendation, B.A. Parker decides to try attending First Corinthian Baptist Church in Harlem.
Emanuele Berry and Ira Glass watch a Soviet film from 1936. A bizarre cameo of an African American baby in an all-white crowd makes Emanuele wonder about what it’s like to be black in a country with so few black people.
Yelena Khanga grew up in Russia knowing almost no other black people. Emanuele Berry asks Yelena what that was like.