All the Woman in My Family Sing * Book Review
All the Women in My Family Sing
Editor: Deborah Santana
Paperback: 365 pages
Publisher: Nothing But the Truth Publishing (January 30, 2018)
Genre: Nonfiction essays
Purchase: Online or at local retailers
Consider Women Write the World–Essays on Equality, Justice, and Freedom as the alternate title All the Women in My Family Sing. Its 69 authors, all women of color, share their perspectives of 21st Century life. Their prose and poetry reflects their own personal struggles, traditions, and life views.
Explore with them cultural identity, gender, and sexuality; immigration, migration, and the idea of home;careers, work, and worth;the struggle for social justice and equality; family and friendship; and the beautiful myth. Their desire for
acceptance, friendship, and social justice is universal. Let their words inspire mankind to understand.
This Critic’s Opinion:
An anthology that deserves consideration. Every selection in All the Woman in My Family Sing is brief first person account of its author’s reality. Their words may be light, but their message is heavy. Simply told but well told, belonging is key.
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