‘Americanah’: A Novel of Race, Love, and Identity #booksblogsandbubbly🍾 {Video Review}


Americanah (2013), “a novel of race, love and identity” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (whose TED talk on Feminism was sampled in Beyonce’s 2014 Flawless) follows the life of Ifemelu (main) who has departed her native Nigeria to pursue education in the States, leaving behind her family, friends, and America-obsessed boyfriend. While in the U.S., she’s confronted for the first time with race, what it means to be black in America, and finds comfort as well as a niche as a race blogger.

Why read?

Recent events have sparked protests world-wide, stemming from the inhumane policing of black bodies, which have led to discussions in private and public on the long-overdue conversation regarding race. In addition, there is movement to support black businesses, artists, and publications.

Best served with..

Lemonade, of course! What else are you to do when life gives you lemons? Check out my full review below and stay tuned to my book review series #booksblogsandbubbly🍾

By A Black Girl About Town

Graduate Student. Fashionista. Blogger. A Black Girl About Town is a fashion-forward 20-something who dresses to the nines! Her friends flock to for details on the best places to eat, shop, dance and dine. She enjoys going places and sharing the details with you!
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