As Kunta is resting, waiting for his master at a different plantation, he is shocked to see white people trudging back from the fields with the slaves. Furthermore, these white people even have their cabins right among the slave cabins on slave row. Kunta is so amazed that he asks the other slaves on the plantation about these strange white ones.
Kunta learns about indentured servants and how many of these white people are called “crackers” or “poor white trash” and are actually worse to black people than the white masters. Even the slaves admit that these white people are...
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