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Between the Lines: C. Nicole Mason and Vanessa K. De Luca

'Born Bright: A Young Girl's Journey from Nothing to Something in America is a memoir that explores the meaning and shifting narratives of black girlhood and womanhood in a contemptuous America. Author C. Nicole Mason, PhD and Vanessa DeLuca, Editor-In-Chief of ESSENCE Magazine, discussed the book at this Between the Lines program that featured a reading by Charlene Carruthers, Executive Director of BYP100.
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