Lion's Roar

JAMES ISHMAEL FORD

I WAS BORN IN 1948, in Oakland, California. My father was orphaned young, then badly wounded in the Second World War. Someone told him you meet nice girls at church, so he went to a small fundamentalist church, where he met my mother.

She came from poor folk, and her religion was a poor people’s Christianity. When

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