BLACK, WHITE, OTHER eBook has (finally) arrived!

by | Oct 1, 2013 | Word Up

As of today, the Black, White, Other eBook is out in the world, waiting for you with its fancy eReader-friendly self.

This is a re-edition of the 1994 classic, that prescient collection of oral histories from 46 adult Americans who each have one black and one white parent, and who share their experiences of navigating race and racial identity. Sample the book here.

John Blake wrote a book called, "Children of the Movement"Lalou Dammond still lives in New York, now with her husband and two daughters.In 2005, Greg Wolley founded the African American Outdoor Association.Sallyann Hobson has retired to her father's hometown in NC, where she's doing extensive genealogical research.Heidi Durrow cofounded the annual Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival.Michael Mayson and his son, Ellis, contemplating the big questions

While the eBook was being readied, Lise decided to follow up on her original interview subjects. She’s been tracking them down and asking them to comment on what’s changed or stayed the same since she first spoke to them in the early 1990s. Their fascinating responses — still frank, still funny, still thoughtful, sometimes heartbreaking — will be posted on this website as they come in, occasionally with photos. Check out some of their comments here

The eBooks are available at your favorite eBook retailer. Get ’em while they’re hot.