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  • Dr. Kincade: I've moved three times and in as many months because of bigotry and prejudice. And I'm drawing the line here in Meadow Park.

  • Abar: Say, man, what are you gettin' at?

    Dr. Kincade: You claim to have so much concern for the black man's problems, if you could, how much would you be willing to - sacrifice yourself?

    Abar: Hey look, as I've said over and over again, as a black race, let's get ourselves together, in every respect. For that, I'd sacrifice anything short of murder.

  • Mabel: Doctor and Mrs. Kincade, I want to apologize for the way I behaved when you moved into Meadow Park. The reason why I didn't want you to live next door to me is, because, I'm black. I've been passing as white all these years.

    Dr. Kincade: Yes, I know. Your doctor told me you were suffering from sickle cell anemia.

    Mabel: Can you ever forgive?

  • Dr. Kincade: Mr. Abar, what is the purpose of your ghetto preaching?

    Abar: Purpose? Just look around you, man. There's your answer. Or, are you one of the same as most bourgeois blacks? Just don't give a damn!

    Dr. Kincade: Oh, come on, Mr. Abar. When you've seen one ghetto, you've seen them all.

    Abar: Exactly. But, what's being done about it?

    Dr. Kincade: Plenty. But, more can be accomplished by the black voting block.

    Abar: Yeah, but that doesn't guarantee the right people gettin' into office. Already we have too many unconcerned politicians, black and white. City Hall doesn't give a cry to a poor in the ghetto asking for jobs and not welfare. So many of them are strangled by the ghetto from unfulfilled promises from unscrupulous politicians. Now, if these people had more influential blacks, like you, working for 'em. I'm sure we'd see some more changes.

    Dr. Kincade: Well, unfortunately, there's some truth in what you say. But, these things have a way of being solved.

    Abar: Yeah, sure, Doc. One day the ghetto will just vanish.

  • Debbie Kincade: Daddy, what is it to be black?

    Dr. Kincade: To be black - is to be beautiful. But, beautiful from the essence. We are the wise men who come bearing the gift of our indestructible humanity. The dream that one day little children will play and grow and live together like the princes of the earth.

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