Luis j Rodriguez storyboard: Always running
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"One day, my mother asked Rano and me to go to the grocery store. We decided to go across the railroad tracks into South Gate"
But the youths pulled up in front of us.He pushed me to the ground; the groceries splattered onto the asphalt.I remember the shrill, maddening laughter of one of the kids on a bike, this laughing like a raven’s wail, a harsh wind’s shriek, a laugh that I would hear in countless beatings thereafter. They finally let my brother go and he slid to the ground, like a rotten banana squeezed out of its peeling.
Up until then my brother had never shown any emotion to me other than disdain. He had never asked me anything, unless it was a demand, an expectation, an obligation to be his throwaway boy-doll. But for this once he looked at me, tears welled in his eyes, blood streamed from several cuts—lips and cheeks swollen.Swear—you got to swear—you’ll never tell anybody how I cried,” he said.I suppose I did promise
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