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VIDEO: Author and Activist Deborah Santana on the Beauty and Resiliency of Strong Women

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Deborah Santana was not only married legendary musician Carlos Santana, she’s also an activist, business manager and a highly successful author. Her first book, a memoir, titled Space Between the Stars was published in 2005, and now she is editor of a new book, All the Women in My Family Sing: Women Write the World: Essays on Equality, Justice, and Freedom (Nothing But the Truth So Help Me God). All The Women In My Family is an anthology of narratives by women of color, detailing their experiences in a world that is often cruel to them, their bodies and their cultures. Each selection communicates strength and triumph through hardship, as well as redemption through leadership and a resilience that is often ignored. I talked…

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Live Interview with Laura Caldwell and Upcoming Book Anatomy of Innocence

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About the Upcoming Book Anatomy of Innocence tells the incredible true tales of over a dozen unique individuals, innocent men and women convicted of serious crimes who were cast aside by society, branded as criminals, but eventually, miraculously exonerated. Each “exoneree” will be paired with a talented, highly-recognized thriller or mystery author, and the two will work closely to present a chapter of the exoneree’s tale.  The authors include Sara Paretsky, Lee Child and John Mankiewicz, who also writes for “House of Cards.” Foreword will be by Barry Scheck and Scott Turow. It will be published by Liveright/W. W. Norton, 2017. Meet the Author LAURA CALDWELL is a former civil trial attorney, now Distinguished Scholar in Residence at Loyola University Chicago School of…

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