It's a week from one of her major conventions, and Sandra Flournoy is ticking off the things she has to do: finalize stage setup; check equipment availability; finalize requests, including one from the local radio station for broadcast; confirm signage and placement; and put final touches on the 30 meals to be served. She recites this list as though the convention is next year, not next month. Her calm, conversational tone doesn't change. “It's taken me many years to develop this ...

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