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And so he moved to New York. Ellis shifted cannily between different identities, trading on the baseline anonymity afforded by the big city. The Mexican and Cuban populations were still relatively small in New York, even as Manhattan-based capitalists looked increasingly toward markets in the Americas. When he attempted to lead a diplomatic delegation to Ethiopia, he was greeted warmly, but as an American businessman rather than a black internationalist. It was a stunning mark of his perennially double-edged success.
It was in March, He began the journey in a country free of segregation laws, only to cross into another that had them in full force.
On this occasion, Ellis happened to be travelling near the small town where he grew up, and there were rumors about who he really was. His threats were, most likely, a charade. In the antebellum years, black Americans passed in order to escape slavery; during Reconstruction and the Jim Crow era, they did it to try to mitigate the obliterating effects of rampant institutional racism. Ellis made savvy use of the U.
But this consigned him to a life in limbo.