AAUW Alameda Branch and Friends of the Alameda Free Library present
Alameda Authors Series III
Natalie Devora on her memoir
Black Girl White Skin: A Life in Stories
April 8, 2019, 6:00 p.m.
in the Stafford Room, Alameda Free Library
1550 Oak Street
For the third year, AAUW Alameda presents a spring series of talks featuring authors who live and write in Alameda and nearby, now co-sponsored by the Friends of the Alameda Free Library. Our April author Natalie Devora will discuss her memoir Black Girl White Skin: A Life in Stories, and her current writing projects.
About the book:
This is a memoir of a woman whose life touches upon intersections of identity in so many ways. Her story is also a testament to the power of silences and naming, claiming Truth despite uncomfortable truths, and the healing grace found through story.
About the author:
Natalie Devora is a writer and activist. Living as a Black woman with albinism affords her a unique lens through which she navigates the world. She has been featured on NPR’s Code Switch She currently serves as the National Coordinator for International Albinism Awareness Day with the National Association for Albinism and Hypopigmentation NOAH. Natalie is a nominee for the 2019 Holman Prize for Blind Excellence. Social Media: @NatalieDevoraAuthor
For more information, please contact AAUW Alameda at firstname.lastname@example.org