I’m Still Here by Austin Channing Brown (2018) chronicles her journey of self-discovery as a Black girl in majority-white schools and places of employment. Brown shares the emotional toll she bore in becoming a confident woman of faith while embracing her Blackness. Brown's vulnerability about her trials comes with biting assessments of her experiences in predominately White schools.
While Rah primarily addresses church leaders, the poignancy and accessibility of Many Colors is Rah’s ability to weave his personal narrative into this instructive guide. His experiences illuminate the interplay between the complexity of culture and its various expressions that exist in a multicultural community.
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