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Maisey McGinty Quotes
|Season 5 / Episode 4: - New Girls In Town|
Juanita Bascombe: I'm taking Mrs. Bailey for a little stroll in the sun. Would you like to come along?
Maisey McGinty: No, I've got to finish my report.
Juanita Bascombe: Ah, what's it about?
Juanita Bascombe: "What It's Like to Be a Negro". Well, I certainly know a lot about that.
Maisey McGinty: I'm sure you would.
Juanita Bascombe: It's wonderful.
Maisey McGinty: What is?
Juanita Bascombe: Being a Negro, as surely as being Caucasian is wonderful. We have the same fears, the same loves and hates as everyone. And we experience the same pain and joy. If we're allowed to be ourselves, we're just like you.
Maisey McGinty: But people made you slaves.
Juanita Bascombe: That was the slave owner's burden, Maisey. If we're different, it's only because of how we're considered, as outsiders. But it's not a difference that God devised. Inside, God made us all the same.
Maisey McGinty: Outsiders. I know what that feels like.
Juanita Bascombe: It isn't a comfort, is it.
Maisey McGinty: No.
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