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Deborah Santana is an activist, business manager, and a highly successful author. Her first book, a memoir titled Space Between the Stars, was published in 2005, and now she is the editor of a new anthology, All the Women in My Family Sing.
All The Women In My Family is a collection of narratives by women of color, detailing their experiences in a world that is often cruel to them, their bodies, and their cultures. Each selection communicates strength and triumph through hardship, as well as redemption through leadership and a resilience that is often ignored.
BookTrib’s Aisha K. Staggers spoke with Santana about this collection that features pieces by actress America Ferrera (Ugly Betty) and others from all walks of life and fields of expertise.