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?
The Sisters Are Alright is a love letter to black women...Winfrey Harris surfaces stories about black women's realities that are often glossed over or tossed aside, urgently insisting with beautiful prose that contrary to our cultural narrative, black women's lives matter. - Jamia Wilson, Exec Director, Women, Action and the Media
Released December 8, 2015