“I wanted to write about these strong, beautiful, intelligent people like the ones I met at Morehouse and Spelman, like the ones I could never find in popular fiction.”
The nation’s eyes are on Stacey Abrams next steps. When she ran for governor of Georgia, her leadership, poise and relatability were the talk of the country. Today she shares stories about adjusting to going to an HBCU, how to restore faith in black folks when it comes to politics, and why she wrote so many romance novels about black love. This episode originally aired in May, 2020.
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