A former academic who has taught at universities in New York and Taiwan, she has long addressed questions of identity in her writing, including in her book of literary criticism, “Outsider Citizens: The Remaking of Postwar Identity in Wright, Beauvoir, and Baldwin.” Sarah lives in Brooklyn and spends time on the Left Coast.
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Harvard educated entrepreneur, Pamela Thomas-Graham was the first black woman partner at a New York consulting firm. She’s written the Ivy League Mystery series featuring Nikki Chase, a black economics professor at Harvard who solves murders not just at her university, but while visiting Yale and Princeton as well.
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