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The Gulf, 1987 by Deborah Paredez

The day upturned, flooded with sunlight, not a single cloud. I squint into the glare, cautious even then of bright emptiness. We sit under shade, Tía Lucia showing me how white folks dine, the high life. I am about to … Continue reading

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