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On Page Eight, Griffin is having a conversation with his doctor, why is this taking place?

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The two men are discussing the plight of the negro and their lack of unification as a race. Their conversation directly relates to how men are judged by their color, and how these prejudices in relation to color are also prominent within the black community itself. 


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