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On The Couch: Speaker of the House Gordon Fox

Wednesday, May 05, 2010

 

Gordon Fox sat down on the couch for a candid, personal conversation about his life, politics, and growing up in Providence's Mount Hope neighborhood.  The son of a black mother and white father, Fox found himself straddling both literal and cultural boundaries growing up.  Here, exclusively to Tracey Minkin and GoLocalProv, he reflects on those challenges.

 

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