With Lilly Dancyger, Sari Botton, Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, and Christine Taylor.
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Lilly Dancyger shares a reading list to celebrate BURN IT DOWN: WOMEN WRITING ABOUT ANGER.
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Lacy M. Johnson discusses THE RECKONINGS.
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I don’t feel ashamed of my history, I feel ashamed of letting it be erased. ...more
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