Into White

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Feiwel & Friends, Sep 13, 2016 - Young Adult Fiction - 288 pages
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LaToya Williams lives in Montgomery, Alabama, and attends a mostly white high school. It seems as if her only friend is her older brother, Alex. Toya doesn’t know where she fits in, but after a run-in with another student, she wonders if life would be different if she were . . . different. And then a higher power answers her prayer: to be “anything but black.”

Toya is suddenly white, blond, and popular. Now what?

Randi Pink’s audacious fiction debut dares to explore a subject that will spark conversations about race, class, and gender.

 

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Toya wishes that Jesus would make her white. When he does, she finds herself in a world of evil shallow white people. The only ones worth anything are the family she is trying to leave behind. Read full review

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About the author (2016)

Randi Pink grew up in the South and attended a mostly white high school. She lives with her husband and their two rescue dogs in Birmingham, Alabama, where she works for a branch of National Public Radio. Into White is her fiction debut.

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