Dawn Turner, former columnist at the "Chicago Tribune," discusses her memoir about three Black girls from Chicago’s storied Bronzeville neighborhood that offers a penetrating exploration of race, opportunity, sisterhood, and the powerful forces that allow some to flourish…and others to falter. Their journeys are full of heartbreak and loss, but also love and humor. Turner’s memoir offers timely and powerful observations about the complex interplay or race, class, and opportunity in America.
A "New York Times Book Review’s" 100 Notable Books of 2021.
Named a best book of 2021 by "The Washington Post"and the "Chicago Tribune."
In conversation with "WBEZ’s" Jason Marck.
"Three Girls From Bronzeville" can be purchased at The Book Stall at https://www.thebookstall.com/book/9781982107710.
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