Turning Point: What happens when a book is judged by its cover?

While reading ASSATA, Assata Shakur‘s autobiography, I came across the following section, and I thought it is worth sharing! I wish I could write as descriptively and piercingly as Assata does. ASSATA is an excellent book that I recommend to anyone interested in understanding the “impact of racism on a sensitive and powerful young black woman,” as reviewed by the NY Times. And the impact … Continue reading Turning Point: What happens when a book is judged by its cover?