Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… - Study Guide Chapter 2 Ron Summary & Analysis

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Ron remembers a moment in 1952 as a second-grade child at Fort Worth Elementary in Fort Worth, Texas. The children are asked to bring a urine sample for testing to school. Ron mistakenly delivers his in a Dixie cup to his mean and ugly teacher Miss Poe, rather than the school nurse. Miss Poe punishes him by marching all the students outside to the playground for an announcement. Ronnie Hall must spend the thirty minute recess with his nose in the circle that she draws on the schoolhouse wall. Miss Poe announces that she punishes him for being stupid by giving her his Dixie cup full of pee. He stands on his tiptoes to reach the circle that she draws. His legs ache and his tears wash off half the circle. He thinks of the shame she causes him 26 years earlier as he drives...

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