mem-noir: [mem-nwär] NOUN, A memoir, written in vignettes or verse, concerned with being a person of the Black race within the context of a specified subject, time period, or circumstance. Visual art or photographs, especially biographical in nature, are often incorporated. 
Disrupt/ed (a mem-noir)
"a Black woman’s memory of her childhood confidence and the racist tide she swam against in suburban 1970s America"
Disrupt/ed (a mem-noir) is Pamela Woolford's upcoming illustrated memoir in verse in which she explores her early childhood in a planned integrated American town, amidst America's legacy of enslavement of Black people. The book is a child's eyes view of Black pride and liberal racism in 1970s suburban America. For book launch, early reviews, and more, click the "Read More" button below.
Includes advance praise for Disrupt/ed.
A portion of Disrupt/ed is incorporated in the Up/Rooted series of virtual-reality experiences.

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