4 Books By Women of Color to Read In Novmeber
In her book writing debut, Gabrielle Union mirrors the likes of Roxane Gay's Bad Feminist with her collection of essays on Gender, Race, Sexuality, and being active in Hollywood. She tackles what it means to be a "modern woman" with her use of humor and emotional stories about love, sex, and womanhood among other topics that are sure to catch your interest!
In her second book of poetry, Rupi Kaur takes her readers on a journey through the many parts of the blossoming of a flower. With 5 captivating chapters, this book of poetry is an exploration of self through the eyes of love.
The legendary Jenifer Lewis illustrates the many lessons her journey to fame has provided her over the years. In Jenifer Lewis fashion the memoir is full of sass and honesty as Lewis details her journey from the Mid-West to Hollywood. From dealing with mental illness and sex addiction to working on black-ish, in many ways Lewis shows her how determination and individuality can lead to a life of fulfilled dreams!
Detailed as "[the chronolocling] of a writer, Where the Past Begins details the life of Amy Tan and how she came to be one of American's most influential Chinese-American writers. From moving to Oakland when she was younger to traveling and her favorite music, Amy Tan gives her readers a realistic look into the writer's process and a kind push into the direction of their dreams.