A former co-worker of mine has asked me if I remember a short story I assigned to a literature curriculum I put together for a class about race. Unfortunately it was years ago and I designed so many different curricula for that job that I am drawing a complete blank.
"the opening short story dealt with the discourse of lightness/darkness within the African-American community.
It centered around a protagonist who rose to some level of social acceptance, and then hypocrisy ensued, I think."
It’s a very vague description but I was wondering if anyone had any ideas. Thanks in advance.