Sneak Peek Inside of Joliet The Snoop: Divided


        My cousin, Mya Lanier, answered the telephone and spoke with the caller for a moment. “Okay,” she said after she hung up the phone. “A young man just called and wanted to hire us to gather proof that a restaurant owner wouldn’t hire him because he was black.”

“Oh, no,” Vanessa Madison said. “With everything that is going on in this country, we do not need any racial situations in this city.”

“Joliet is siding with the police,” Pebbles said flippantly. “She supports the police killing unarmed black men and women.”

I shook my head, no. “That’s not what I said. I said that I would only defend defensible people. Some of those people's hands were not clean.”

“Those people?” Pebbles said under her breath.

“I’m not getting into it with you, Pebbles,” I said, looking directly at her. 

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