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Growing Up Black in Bardstown

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By Carrie Pride

Growing up in Bardstown being black or white, as far as I know, was not all that different. When you were little you played, went to church and had friends in your own neighborhood. It was not necessarily segregation in your mind. I went to school at Bardstown High, where most of the black children attended. However, since I was raised Catholic I went to St. Joseph for the first couple of years of grade school. I had white and black friends and I never thought much about it.


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