Soft covered book titled BLACK WHITE AND JEWISH, An Autobiography of a Shifting Self by Rebecca Walker, 2001. 322 pages. This is a beautifully written meditation on the creation of a woman's sense of self. It is about being black, white, and Jewish, born in the throes of the political sixties, coming of age in the conflicted and complex eighties and nineties; but it is also about being a child and then a woman of profound sensitivities, capable of deep insights. It is about trying to find one's way through racial categories, racism, and bigotry. This book is in VG condition. Pages are clean and intact, and the binding is tight. A must have for your library!