MALAIKA ADERO, of Adero's Literary Tribe, LLC, works with writers and organizations developing and promoting books. She is the coauthor of The Mother of Black Hollywood with Jenifer Lewis (Amistad) and Speak, So You Can Speak Again: The Life of Zora Neale Hurston (Doubleday). And she is the editor of Up South (The New Press), an anthology of writings and photographs on the Great Migration. She calls New York City, Atlanta, and Knoxville home.
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