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Evette Dionne

Evette Dionne is a culture journalist, critic, and editor who writes extensively about pop culture as it relates to race, gender, and size. "Lifting as We Climb: Black Women’s Battle for the Ballot Box," her middle-grade nonfiction book, was nominated for a National Book Award and won a Coretta Scott King Honor award. Her forthcoming book, "Weightless," is being released by Ecco in December 2022. 

Evette Dionne is a culture journalist, critic, and editor who writes extensively about pop culture as it relates to race, gender, and size. "Lifting as We Climb: Black Women’s Battle for the Ballot Box," her middle-grade nonfiction book, was nominated for a National Book Award and won a Coretta Scott King Honor award. Her forthcoming book, "Weightless," is being released by Ecco in December 2022. 

Latest from Evette Dionne

3d ago

Georgia's RICO Act is a demoralizing, blatant attack on Black expression and free speech

This isn’t the first time we’ve witnessed promising rap careers being decimated by a RICO indictment.
15d ago

Kendrick Lamar's new video makes us face the pain behind famous Black men's actions

Kendrick Lamar's new music video is a call to consider the reasons people harm rather than just focusing on the harm itself.
641d ago

Apple TV's new Oprah show highlights the evolution of an American truth-teller

As we consider Winfrey’s legacy in its entirety — including her myriad shortcomings — it’s critical to recognize how she became, and has indeed remained, one of our most important voices.