Remember me, Sue?

Sue Duncan is one of my most important people. In addition to changing the lives of hundreds (even thousands) of poor African-American kids on the Southside of Chicago, she changed the lives of many, many University of Chicago students who, like me, were looking for a way to bridge the “life of the mind” and the “real” world that we passed every day on the way to class – a world that was so close and yet never made it into the content of the curriculum. During my second year of college, I started working with Sue in her center. She and I became great friends over the next 8 years – dog-walking companions, pen pals, and kindred spirits who talked about absolutely everything. Please consider supporting this film project documenting the life’s work of an amazing, caring, warm, quirky, brilliant person!

click to go to the kickstarter site!

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