Duluth News Tribune: Tell Me Your Names and I will Testify

 
The compassionate and redemptive story of a prominent Black woman in the Twin Cities literary community
 Once a pregnant sixteen-year-old incarcerated in the Minnesota juvenile justice system, now a celebrated writer, arts activist, and teacher, Carolyn Holbrook has heeded the call to tell the story of her life. In a memoir woven of moments of reckoning, she summons stories born of silence, stories held inside, untold stories stifled by pain or prejudice or ignorance.

 

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