Ernest Lee: A Man and His Chickens

By¬†William Garland The Lorraine Wind pours down the street while Ernest Lee frantically tries to pick up the fallen sheets of painted plywood that are strewn across the lot. The scene is almost comical. Lee has an unkempt look about him. There are flecks of white hair scattered throughout his two-day stubble that stand in stark contrast to his black hair and dark amber skin. He is a tall man, but his playful mannerisms and soft-spoken voice prevent... Read More