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Amber Ruffin and her sister Lacey Lamar recount the horrifying and hilarious things that white people do and say to Lacey in her hometown of Omaha. Ruffin was the first Black woman to write for a late night talk show, and recently debuted her own talk show on NBC. This is a book that you’re going to want to share with everyone you meet.— Becca
“I didn’t think it was possible to combine education and humor so effectively in a book about racism, but Ruffin and Lamar proved me wrong. This incredibly well-structured, digestible, challenging, and engaging book opened my eyes to the many ways racism can permeate every interaction in Black people’s lives. The way the sisters play off each other and how Ruffin reflects on Lamar’s experience in contrast to her own make the book especially accessible. A must-read!”
— Emily Autenrieth, A Seat at the Table Books, Elk Grove, CA