Therefore, Waiting for Regina is not primary black for black fiction or for African Americans. The principal family in the novel who are dark-skinned often don't engage in activities in their community which may involve avid supporters of Black History Month, religiously, commercially, and politically.
Yet, this same family is not presenting in the novel as another character in the story criticized them as unsociable outsiders in their cold wilderness. Both parents worked secularly. One of them in a flashback scene was reading a storybook in a public library to youngsters, another attended a funeral with some hundreds of persons in attendance. Would it not be genuinely peaceful and practical to regard individuals of every ethnic identity daily, each day of the year? Rather than apportion one month exclusively and annually to a specific race of humanity.
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