(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Join us back to 1996. On the first morning train from Oslo to Kolbotn. 16-year-old Haddy Jatou N'jie has once again partyed at the in-place Kristiania, and is on his way home from nachspiel. Once again, she has had to deny that she sings, something many people automatically take for granted when they meet a young and pretty black girl at a trendy nightclub. Haddy writes, she does not sing. Music is something she listens to, and now the song "Lilac Wine" lasts. . .
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