“White Narcissim” author Ron McDonald writes about the classic slave narrative and what it still reveals to us.
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Ron McDonald is a pastoral counselor in private practice at Memphis (Tenn.) Meeting and with the Church Health Center, both in Memphis. He is an adjunct professor of pastoral care at Memphis Theological Seminary. He is also a folksinger, storyteller, and part of a contra-dance band named the EarthQuakers.
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Poetry. Includes audio reading by poet.
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This is an extended version of a Q&A that appeared in the September 2014 issue.
A condensed version of this interview appeared in the September 2014 issue of Friends Journal.
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