Decolonial Daughter: Letters from a Black Woman to Her European Son (3/25)

This book is essential reading not only to get the perspective of a black American woman – which is important for any young woman to understand how life experience can differ depending on the color of your skin. It’s also the story of growing up as a black girl in NYC, dealing with an abusive father, and making a successful media career in NYC.

Then Brown took a huge risk and leap of faith by moving to another country, Denmark, for love. Brown’s marriage in Denmark didn’t work out, and she had a nervous breakdown in her thirties.

In this book, she reflects on her experiences, on love, on taking a risk, how to deal with racial and socio-economic barriers, and on how you gain self-knowledge through painful experience.

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