Eight Bullets: One Woman's Story of Surviving Anti-gay Violence
In May 1988, on the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania, a horrific shooting attack left twenty-eight-year-old Rebecca Wight dead. Her partner, Claudia Brenner, was seriously wounded. In Eight Bullets: One Woman's Story of Surviving Anti-Gay Violence, Claudia Brenner writes a profoundly personal, emotionally riveting, politically energizing account of the murder and its aftermath: her path to recovery and activism.
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