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Gloria Naylor, Author of The Women of Brewster Place, Dies at 66

Novelist Gloria Naylor, known best for her first novel The Women of Brewster Place, which is comprised of stories about women living in the same housing project that explore racism, poverty, and homophobia, died of a heart attack on September 28. Naylor died in the Virgin Islands, where she was writing and working, according to her niece Cheryl Rance, Ebony reports. Read more...
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