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'Lessons for Survival' reflects on motherhood, racial justice and climate change

Emily Raboteau wrote the new essay collection "Lessons for Survival: Mothering Against 'The Apocalypse.'" (Courtesy)
Emily Raboteau wrote the new essay collection "Lessons for Survival: Mothering Against 'The Apocalypse.'" (Courtesy)

Host Celeste Headlee speaks with author, photographer and CUNY professor Emily Raboteau about her new essay collection “Lessons for Survival: Mothering Against ‘The Apocalypse.'”

The book explores the intersection of climate change with racial justice and economic inequality.

Book excerpt: ‘Lessons for Survival’

By Emily Raboteau

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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