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Black Book Stacks

Joshunda Sanders

Books by, for & about Black Folks


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  • Joshunda Sanders

    Author of the forthcoming historical fiction novel inspired by the pioneering unit of 855 black women who cleared millions of pieces of backlogged mail for troops who marched on Normandy during WWII, Women of the Post, July 18, 2023.

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