by Eva Rutland
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The African American novelist looks back at her day-to-day life raising her children in a racially segregated America.
May 11, 2007 When Eva Rutland saw her four children go off to school in 1950s Sacramento, it was in a new era of integration. Her memoir of that time, When We Were Colored, is now being republished by her daughter.
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