Like most of you, I have been disgusted by our country’s racial disparities brought to light by George Floyd’s murder. In an effort to do something, I decided to READ. I spent hours building a list of anti-racist literature to read, ordered books from Eyeseeme (a local African American bookstore), and then didn’t read anything. I just wasn’t in the mood for non-fiction (yes, I know, my white privilege is showing and I’m ashamed of it). Eventually, I decided to seek out fiction written by Black, female authors. That was a good call as it got me over my reading recession. In the last month, I’ve read Red at the Bone, American Spy, Such a Fun Age, Homegoing, and The Black Kids (YA, August 4 p
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