Tamara Winfrey Harris is a writer whose work has appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times, In These Times, and Ms. and Bitch magazines and online at the American Prospect, Salon, the Guardian, Newsweek/Daily Beast, xoJane, the Huffington Post, Psychology Today, Clutch magazine, and Change.org. She has been called to address women's issues in major media outlets, such as NPR's Weekend Edition.
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Changing the Broken Narrative of Black Women in America
What is wrong with black women? Here's a new answer... how about NOTHING?
This book is a gift. With just the right mix of sister wit, statistical information, and a few well-timed rhetorical side-eyes, The Sisters Are Alright rushes in to save black women from the stereotypes that threaten to dull our shine. - Brittney Cooper, PhD, Asst. Prof. Rutgers University
Released December 8, 2015