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James Little: "There are certain things I live day-to-day as an adult that have carried over from my childhood. You know, scars of racism and discrimination. That's one of the reasons why I don't deal with race in my work. I've had such bad experiences with that stuff that I just want to get around it and try to show just straight excellence. Take it for what it's worth, like it or not, but I strictly base my work on quality, skill, intuition, and vision."
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