Circles of Sisterhood: A Book Discussion Group Guide for Women of Color
Circles of Sisterhood serves as a much needed guide to help discussion groups focus on issues that relate to women of color and to their communities. With sales that prove the popularity of black fiction as well as those of other ethnic groups, thousands of book discussion groups are cropping up all over the world.
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