Danzy Senna

novelist and essayist

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Danzy Senna is an American novelist and essayist.

Danzy Senna on KCRW

In the 1990s, there was a popular idea that people of mixed race would lead the way to the promised land of a post-racial America.

Danzy Senna's new novel, 'New People,' takes on race

In the 1990s, there was a popular idea that people of mixed race would lead the way to the promised land of a post-racial America.

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In her novel New People, Danzy Senna relishes kicking political correctness to the curb.

Danzy Senna: New People

In her novel New People, Danzy Senna relishes kicking political correctness to the curb.

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