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Biden Tells DNC Crowd About Going to School During Segregation: ‘They Weren’t Called Black Kids; There Were Negroes On The Bus’

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President Biden spoke at a Democratic National Committee Fundraiser Wednesday night at the Marriott Marquis Chicago, during which he sounded familiar notes about his entry into politics — but also shared painful memories of life before Brown v. Board of Education.

Speaking about how the civil rights movement inspired him, the president recalled his days as a third-grader attending Holy Rosary Elementary School in Claymont Delaware — and related that experience to the politics of today:

I used to — we moved from Wilmington — from, excuse me, Scranton, Pennsylvania, where there were very few African Americans, down to Wilmington, to a place called Claymont, Delaware, which was a — it sits on the border of the Pennsylvania state line,

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