Roberts Carter, Lisa

Growing up in the rural South during desegregation, Lisa Roberts Carter is no stranger to racism — she recalls her mother and older sister having “the talk” with her on her very first day of school. Among the many reminders that racism was deeply embedded within her Southern culture, she experienced the residual effects of the Jim Crow South throughout her life. So, a frustrated Lisa decided to pen those thoughts, feelings, and experiences by writing historical and contemporary fiction that address racism and racial inequality. Lisa is a certified life and career coach and inspirational speaker with a Doctorate of Education and If You Knew My Name is her debut novel.

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