Ayo gets support from CaptainMcSorley to quickly convince prosecutors to release Jacques from Bellevue.   Jacques has no place to stay awaiting his parents’ arrival from NOLA. Ayo takes a depressed Jacques to their favorite cafe in The Village and then to a new eatery called The W.E.B. that honors hundreds of African and African American historic figures on the walls of the cafe.  Jacques seems to perk up in this cafe named for DuBois. They eventually go to Ayo’s apartment where Jacques accidentally discovers Ayo’s service revolver and tries to commit suicide.

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Bernard Demczuk, Ph.D. is a cultural historian of Black History residing in DC & Maryland’s Eastern Shore. He travels the Deep South in search of Blue Bottle trees (insert) and new mysteries coming out of the African Diaspora. Recently, Bernard summited Mt. Kilimanjaro at age 70.  He can be found leading tours at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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Bernard Demczuk Administrator
Bernard Demczuk, Ph.D. is a cultural historian of Black History residing in DC & Maryland’s Eastern Shore. He travels the Deep South in search of Blue Bottle trees (insert) and new mysteries coming out of the African Diaspora. Recently, Bernard summited Mt. Kilimanjaro at age 70.  He can be found leading tours at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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