Rebecca Carroll

WNYC

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Rebecca Carroll is a producer of special projects on race at WNYC. She is an opinion writer at the Guardian US and is author of five nonfiction books.

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The columnist and author discusses how writing has been integral to her life after growing up as a black girl adopted by a white family.

Rebecca Carroll: Writing as a way to figure things out

The columnist and author discusses how writing has been integral to her life after growing up as a black girl adopted by a white family.

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