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In the tradition of Marion Wright Edelman's The Measure of Our Success, a bestselling author speaks frankly with his daughter about racism.
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Ben Jelloun's lessons and tools for discussion are invaluable.About the Author:
David Mura is a writer, memoirist, poet and performance artist who brings a unique perspective to our multiracial and multicultural society. A third-generation Japanese American, he has written intimately about his life as a man of color and the connections between race, sexuality, and history. In public appearances interweaving poetry, performance, and personal testament, he provides powerful insights into the racial issues facing America today. Mura's memoirs, poems essays, plays, and performances have won wide critical praise and numerous awards. His books include Famous Suicides of the Japanese Empire, Turning Japanese: Memoirs of a Sansei, Where the Body Meets Memory: An Odyssey of Race, After We Lost Our Way, The Colors of Desire, and Angels for the Burning. Mura teaches at Hamline University, VONA (Voices of the Nation Association), and the Stonecoast MFA program.
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