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Black women take center stage in your novel, fighting for the freedom of the men in their families. There is a lot of discussion right now in the Black community about Black women and femmes leading and holding up the Black Lives Matter movement but not getting the recognition they deserve. How do you tackle this in the book?
Can you tell us a little bit about Tracy, the main character in the book?
She is determined to get justice for her father, who sits on death row for a crime he never committed – why did you decide to craft the story from her point of view and how do you think readers will view her?
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