The young family had one talented young boy who

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family used to provide farm labor and times do the general cleaning of the whites the compound. The young family had one talented young boy who started to show qualities of leadership at a very tender age. Since the young boy by the name Tony was so young to offer any labor, he was
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Surname 1 left at home to mingle with the son of the white family. Though the young boy was not that fluent in the English language, he struggles to his level best to interact with the kids in the family. One advantage of the white family is that it was not that discriminative to the extent of keeping the kid away from interacting with their kids. With time, Tony become familiar to the language which made him free to mingle with the whites kids. They could go to play together on weekends and weekdays after the kids are off from the school. Their relationship grew up with time until to some point the Tony felt old one out since he had to wait for the kids to come home to get a companion to play and have fun around with. His loneliness during the day creates a desire in him to go school. Tony going to school could become history since he could be the first black person to get in school. As stated earlier, initially the black folks were known for providing labor in white's farms. This perspective
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