VON SHLEGELL, Mark
With the traveling papers and money granted her, Fainnie moved due North against the dirty river’s motion. Her blackness had made her by now near invisible to whites. Those slaves who could read the signs never failed to help her. There were other invisibles in transit, she now saw, there always were. Those who were forced to stay would die to help along those who were not.
Published by Semiotext(e) / Whitney Biennial
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