Early in Mat Johnson’s satirical novel Loving Day, the main character, Warren Duffy, refers to himself as a “racial optical illusion.” Duffy is of Irish African descent; he grew up in Philadelphia, lived with his mother in a black neighborhood, and is light-skinned. Furthermore, he’s a “sunflower”: white on the outside, black on the inside.
Mat Johnson: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover
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About 44 million Americans provide support for adult family members and friends; caregivers need support too
Caring for the Caregiver
Kathleen Laccinole interviews Wende Crowley, Senior Vice President of Film and TV at Sony/ATV Music, about being a Solo Mom in the music business