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Emma said:
I truly enjoyed reading McBride's story of not only his own childhood, as a multi-racial child in New York, but of his white, formerly Jewish, mother's childhood as well. The style of alternating chapters and perspectives makes the Color of Water a really quick read.
posted Apr 9, 2004
Broadinterests said:
The book gives insight into racism from both black and white points of view. Shows that religious bigotry, class lines, and power also affect black-white relations in addition to the color factor. Story of a survivor and her effect on many people including non-family members as well.
posted Jul 28, 2006 at 2:13PM
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