Cullors's memoir reflects on her activism as well as her story as being a black woman in contemporary America.
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It's also complicated and tough, as Meaghan O'Connell learned when she unexpectedly became pregnant in her lated twenties.
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Responsible for 50 rapes and 12 murders, the perpetrator was never caught—but he became the obsession of author Michelle Mc Namara, a true crime journalist who spent years trying to uncover his identity.
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