Each month at A Public Witness, we review a book and give away a copy autographed by the author. This month, Beau Underwood reviews a memoir on family histories, racism, and what our society needs to do now. I thought I knew Lisa Sharon Harper. An inspiring leader devoted to engaging Christians in the work of social and racial justice, she and I spent several years working together in Washington, D.C. We shared meals, traveled to conferences, and collaborated on countless projects. But after reading her new memoir
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