Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… - (Chapters 23 - 34, pages 183 - 236) Summary & Analysis

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Ron and Denver became good friends. Deborah urged their friendship on and prayed for them often. Ron learned all about Denver’s past and was horrified to hear about twentieth-century slavery on cotton plantations. He reflected on his own upbringing on a plantation, realizing his own grandpa, though fair in his own way, perpetuated racism. Ron brought Denver to museums and showed him art, though Denver was not impressed. Denver told Ron he would not want to trade places with him, even for one day, and made Ron question his desire for expensive things. Ron reflected, “that wisdom stuck to my brain like duct tape. The more I thought about it, the more I became convinced we’d enjoy life a whole lot more if we owned a whole lot less. In some ways, Denver became the professor and I the...

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