Jordan, Susan
March 2004
Empty Closet;Mar2004, Issue 366, pA6
Interviews Michael Boucher, organizer of the Word and World school in Rochester, New York on June 12-19, 2004. Theme of the school; History of the Word and World conferences; Activities planned.


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