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This poem details the sloppiness and ungratefulness of students and contrasts it with the diligent and thankless work that janitors do to keep campus clean. The race dynamics of this relationship are not mentioned, but this piece is paired with a photo of an unnamed black janitor in a Weinstein Hall stairwell.
Talley, Joe. "Janitors." <em>The Messenger</em> XCVI, no. 1 (Winter 1970): 4. University Archives, RG 24 Student Publications. Virginia Baptist Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia.
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Talley, Joe, “Poem "Janitors",” Race & Racism at the University of Richmond, accessed January 17, 2020, http://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/424.