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“How Black Books Lit My Way Along The Appalachian Trail”

In this essay, , describes her journey along the Appalachian Trail as a black Eritrean-American woman. She discusses the important role that books by black authors played along her journey, as well as her complex feelings about being in such a white space. Read more here.