Monday, November 14, 2011
Review: Black, White, Other: In Search of Nina Armstrong by Joan Steinau Lester
Joan Steinau Lester. Michigan: Zondervan, 2011. 222 pp.
Identity is a concept familiar to all, something people struggle with daily and not easily defined. We all ask, “Who am I?” Our gifts, talents, experiences, and ancestors make us who we are. For most, adolescence is the first attempt to piece together the puzzle of ourselves. Grappling with identity is frightening, but even more terrifying is being a biracial teen struggling with this issue when the world familiar to you crashes down.