excerpt from 'His Eye Is On the Sparrow' pp. 122 (99 words)

excerpt from 'His Eye Is On the Sparrow' pp. 122 (99 words)

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His Eye Is On the Sparrow

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However, I remained fairly indifferent toward that great war. My life was full and interesting. I imagine that the attitude of most Philadelphia Negroes toward World War I might have been summed up by the Boardola Brothers, two boys who played music on wash-boards. A song they sang went: "I don't think I want to go. The white folks makes the law Let white folks fight the war." They were wildly applauded when they appeared at the Standard Theatre. But one night the Army came right out on the stage and took them away. They, too, had been drafted.

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