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Rebecca Carroll

Carroll is the author of five books, including “Saving the Race: Conversations on Du Bois from a Collective Memoir of Souls” and “Sugar in the Raw: Voices of Young Black Girls in America.” The former editor of the Huffington Post’s Black Voices and managing editor of Paper Magazine, she is now a  producer at WNYC Radio, producing a series of in-depth projects about race in New York City.
Michelle Obama's ‘Becoming’ is a clear, frank telling of her life as a black woman in America

For Michelle Obama, to strive was to breathe, to be validated. Meeting Barack brought out the best in her. writes Critic at Large Rebecca Carroll.

In 'That Kind of Mother,' Rumaan Alam enters the thorny world of interracial adoption

Interracial adoption isn't simple — just ask Critic at Large Rebecca Carroll. She reviews 'That Kind of Mother,' the novel by bestselling author Rumaan Alam, in which a white mother is seems blind to her privilege and the issues at hand.

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