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My racial autobiography includes memorable experiences from childhood. The once rural hamlet of Una has become a bedroom community of Nashville. But as a child, it was less populated, peppered with a number of small farms, and free from traffic. The dominant ethnic group was Caucasian, though African American families were present.   One such memory is connected to a friend of my father; as children, we called him Mr. Dave. In my mind’s eye he physically resembles Michael Clarke Duncan’s...