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    George Levitan The author and protagonist of Black Like Me, John Howard Griffin is a white journalist who disguises himself as a black man to understand the experience of African Americans in the South during the late s. A religious man and an active journalist, Griffin turns to George Levitan, the editor of Sepia magazine, for help with his endeavor. Griffin consults a dermatologist in the city, and the doctor gives him medication that will darken his pigmentation. Before long, his skin is dark enough that he can pose as a black man, and he begins going around the city, speaking to black people, trying to find decent hotels, and enduring constant racism. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:. Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Signet edition of Black Like Me published in Preface Quotes This may not be all of it. Some whites will say this is not really it. But this is picayunish, and we no longer have time for that. We no longer have time to atomize principles and beg the question. We fill too many gutters while we argue unimportant points and confuse issues. The Negro. The South.

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    We no longer have time to atomize principles and beg the question. We fill too many gutters while we argue unimportant points and confuse issues. The Negro. The South. These are details.

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