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Who created it? Turner, Dawn, author.
What's it called? Three girls from Bronzeville : a uniquely American memoir of race, fate, and sisterhood / Dawn Turner.
Who published it? New York, NY : Simon & Schuster, 2021.
2021
Edition info! First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition.
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Location Call No. Status
 SPANISH RIVER New Nonfiction  977.311 Tur  RECENT RETURN
What's it like? x, 320 pages ; 24 cm
What's it about? "The three girls formed an indelible bond: roaming their community in search of hidden treasures for their "Thing Finder box," and hiding under the dining room table, eavesdropping as three generations of relatives gossiped and played the numbers. The girls spent countless afternoons together, ice skating in the nearby Lake Meadows apartment complex, swimming in the pool at the Ida B. Wells housing project, and daydreaming of their futures: Dawn a writer, Debra a doctor, Kim a teacher. Then they came to a precipice, a fraught rite of passage for all girls when the dangers and the harsh realities of the world burst the innocent bubble of childhood, when the choices they made could-- and would-- have devastating consequences. There was a razor thin margin of error -- especially for brown girls. With a keen investigative eye and intimate detail, Dawn chronicles the dramatic turns that send their lives careening in very different -- and shocking -- directions over the decades. The result is a powerful tour de force on the complex interplay of race and opportunity, class and womanhood and how those forces shape our lives and our capacity for resilience and redemption"-- Provided by publisher.
Helpful subjects! Turner, Dawn.
Turner, Dawn -- Family.
Turner, Kim, 1968-1994 -- Childhood and youth.
Trice, Debra.
Bronzeville (Chicago, Ill.) -- Biography.
African Americans -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Biography.
African American women -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Biography.
Women -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Biography.
Journalists -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Biography.
Chicago (Ill.) -- Biography.
African American women. (OCoLC)fst00799438
Race relations.
African Americans. (OCoLC)fst00799558
Families. (OCoLC)fst01728849
Journalists. (OCoLC)fst00984188
Women. (OCoLC)fst01176568
Illinois -- Chicago. (OCoLC)fst01204048
Illinois -- Chicago -- Bronzeville. (OCoLC)fst01328001
It's a special thing! Biographies.
Autobiographies.
Autobiographies. (OCoLC)fst01919894
Biographies. (OCoLC)fst01919896
Other titles to try! 3 girls from Bronzeville
Special numbers! 9781982107703 hardcover
1982107707 hardcover
9781982107734 electronic book
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