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New York Times Number Bestseller List: Ijeoma Oluo’s Book Is Number 1

Ijeoma Oluo’s book, “So You Want To Talk About Race” is Number 1 in the New York Times Bestseller List. Another amazon has joined Ngozi Chimamanda Adichie and other literary giants up there.


Ijeoma Oluo is an Igbo Nigerian writer, born in 1980. She is the author of So You Want to Talk About Race[9] and has written for The Guardian, JezebelThe StrangerMedium and The Establishment, where she is also an editor-at-large.[10][11][12][13][14]

Many of her articles critiquing race and the invisibility of women’s voices have gone viral, as exemplified in the coverage of her interview with Rachel Dolezal.

Born in Denton, Texas and based in Seattle, Washington, in 2015 Oluo is very influential in Seattle.

Her writing covers misogynoirintersectionalityonline harassment, the Black Lives Matter movement, race, economicsparentingfeminism and social justice.

Igbo Amaka. God bless our country.

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