QUEENIE’S PLACE: An Interview with Toni Morgan

Toni Morgan
Toni Morgan (Photo courtesy Toni Morgan, Author/Facebook)

Toni Morgan is an artist and author of six novels, including Queenie’s Place, the compelling story of a military family who is reassigned from California to North Carolina during the 1970s, only to find themselves at odds with practically everyone. We are so delighted she can stop by and chat with us today, and we hope you enjoy this exclusive interview! –J&H

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‘Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race’ Dares to Enlighten [REVIEW]

Race, Feminism and Activism

Chaired by Hannah Pool, Pragna Patel (Director of Southhall Black Sisters), Emma Dabril (Visual Sociologist and Blogger), Reni Eddo-Lodge (Writer and Campaigner) and Shilpa Shah (Co-Founder of the Akashi Project) participate in a panel discussion on Race, Feminism and Activism (Photo by Barrow Cadbury Trust, Flickr)

I have always been keenly aware of racial discrimination, which might seem strange coming from a white man. But growing up in Southern California among a swelling Latino and Asian population, and then in the South where most of my friends had darker skin than I do, I thought I understood the divide. But after reading Reni Eddo-Lodge’s Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, I now realize why this conversation is still vital, especially now. Read more of this post