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#MeToo Founder Tarana Burke Writes Memoir, 'Where the Light Enters'

“The book will also help readers understand the often overlooked historical connections of the role sexual violence plays in communities of color, specifically Black communities.”

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Upon the Release of Her New Memoir, Patrisse Khan-Cullors Reflects on the Power of Storytelling

The Black Lives Matter co-founder talks, state repression, “survivors’ guilt” and why she gets so personal in her new book, “When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir.” 

This Former Prisoner is Writing for Life

Detroit native Shaka Senghor started selling crack at 14 and eventually served 19 years in prison for murder. Here, he discusses “Writing My Wrongs,” his unflinching debut memoir that traces his path from nerdy kid to convicted murderer to celebrated prison reform activist.