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Nat Turner’s Skull and My Student’s Purse of Skin

Daina Ramey Berry writes…”He came from a family of medical doctors four generations deep, and his father had a purse made of human flesh. This purse, he explained, was unique in that it was divided into sections of different colored skin, one of which came from a black person. The class was silent”

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