05 Apr Book Review – Raceless by Georgina Lawton
Raceless by Georgina Lawton is about a woman raised in a white community by white parents whose darker skin and hair were always firmly ignored by her family. Once older, however, she learns that her biological father was actually a Black man her mother had a one-night-stand with. This leads Lawton down a road of racial self-discovery, and her book explores the meaning and weight of racial identity, from a cultural, genetic, and familial standpoint.
Purchase your own copy of Raceless from Harper Collins.
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