Black, White, and Jewish: Autobiography of a Shifting Self

By Rebecca Walker

Born in 1969 to civil rights activists who defied convention, Walker was a movement child. But when the movement changed course, and her white father and black mother divorced, Walker found herself without an identity--a misfit: too black for some; not black enough for others. A poignant, sometimes angry recollection about racism, growing up, growing away, and finding oneself.

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