Assume Nothing and Aftershocks
Essayist Tanya Selvaratnam (Assume Nothing) and writer Nadia Owusu (Aftershocks) discussed their memoirs about identity, race, and violence against women. This virtual event was part of the San Diego Union-Tribune Festival of Books.
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