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Tamara Winfrey-Harris Is Fixing 'Broken' Narrative

Monday, March 30, 2015

Her first book, "The Sisters are Alright," comes out later this year and, in interviews with hundreds of women, challenges a downbeat media perception of African American women: "Most of us are happy to be exactly who we are."

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