Rebecca Carroll is Editor of Special Projects at WNYC New York Public Radio, and the creator, producer and host of two live conversation series -- How I Got Over: Reinventing Language Around Race, and Dear President: What You Need to Know About Race, which is being developed as a podcast. She is a Critic-at-Large for the Los Angeles Times, and a former Opinion Writer for The Guardian. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, New York magazine, Ebony and Harper's Bazaar, among others. She is the author of five narrative nonfiction books, including Uncle Tom or New Negro? and Sugar in the Raw.
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