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Mama's Child by Joan Steinau Lester delivers a story of love, about an African American man and a Caucasian woman from the South. The family moves to San Francisco to raise their biracial children where they face the negative tensions of race and acceptance from the community. It's an emotional tale of a mother and daughter's compassion for one another that's transcended through race and the questions of identity.

Deidre S @ Capitol


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