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At first, nobody trusted him. He was an outsider, after all, not one of their own. But his boss was quick to give him some advice: If Barack wanted to make a connection with these people, he had to look below the surface. ” Gradually, after months of hard work, Barack came to be accepted. ” The more experience he got, the more he learned about the backgrounds of the community members. Many of them were from other parts of Chicago—but wherever they were from, they were used to oppression. It no longer surprised them.

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