Black Was Not a Label (2nd Edition)
BLACK WAS NOT A LABEL is a collection of essays that explores the intersection of faith and racial trauma and the attempt to come to terms with instances of otherness, isolation, racism, erasure, anger, and lost love. A look at life within the “veil” W.E.B. Du Bois spoke of in his work, The Souls of Black Folk, this collection is both catharsis and lamentation to God for the self and all who have felt trapped within this (sometimes impenetrable) veil.
Kathryn H. Ross ( Author Website )
Publication Date: December 6, 2022
Genre/Imprint: Memoir, Red Hen Press
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