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Brothers and Sisters
Brothers and Sisters | Bebe Moore Campbell
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Struggling with her own personal issues after the Los Angeles riots, Esther Jackson, a Black employee at a downtown bank, is heartened when a Black man is hired as senior vice-president, until he sexually harasses her white friend and coworker
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MargoCatts
Brothers and Sisters | Bebe Moore Campbell
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As an LA native, a white girl from the 1970s suburbs, I was astonished by the Rodney King verdict. How did you find 12 people that blind and biased to put on one jury? Then I read this book and got it. There were way more than 12. I‘d just been blind, maybe no less than some of them. We have a long way to go, and books like this help us along the way.
#riotgrams #blackwriters #blackhistorymonth

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NovelGirl82
Brothers and Sisters | Bebe Moore Campbell
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Last pic of the night: these are the parents of those adorable 3 kiddos that I get to be the auntie to- my much older (by a week!) step-brother and sister-in-law, Chad and Jessica. Getting to see family that I hardly ever get to see was the bright spot in this weekend. Now, off to bed. The last leg of my journey starts in the morning.

Alicia Great pictures!! How Awesome! 2y
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Kammbia1
Brothers and Sisters | Bebe Moore Campbell
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As January is ending, February is African American History Month and I believe a good time to read diversely. I will be reading and reviewing one novel by an African American Male Author (Steven Barnes) and one novel by an African American Female Author (Bebe Moore Campbell). Reading diversely has to be intentional until it doesn't need to be anymore. Do something like this is a good place to start! 👍🏿

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