Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… - (Chapters 53 - 67, pages 306 - 373) Summary & Analysis

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Ron and his children buried Deborah on their estate. They constructed a cross and grave for her. They had a funeral where everyone shared stories about Deborah. At the funeral, Denver thought about how Miss Debbie was the only person to look past his homelessness and the color of his skin. He thought how, “ever man should have the courage to stand up and face the enemy (…) We all has more in common than we think.” (311). Denver delivered a stirring speech at the church service the next day.

Ron and his children left on a vacation, according to the Deborah’s last wishes. Before he left, he was informed that a wealthy donor wanted to name a new mission after Deborah. Ron discussed the prospect with his children. He was aware Deborah would not have wanted that kind of attention. Denver...

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