Ep. 101 Reading Black Women with Asha Grant

Our guest today is Asha Grant, the founder of the Los Angeles Branch of The Free Black Women’s Library. We talk about the work Asha does in the LA community, how much of her own reading consists of books by Black women, and why she is focused on decolonizing her bookshelf. Asha also lets us know how we can get involved with The Free Black Women’s Library.


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