~by Rebecca Walker
I haven't read many autobiographies, but this is certainly one of the best I have read. Rebecca Walker is the daughter of Alice Walker and Mel Leventhal. In the sixties, her black mother and Jewish father married. She was a Movement Child. But, when her parents seperate, she loses this identity and grows up struggling to find herself when she doesn't fit in either her mother's or her father's world. This book was wonderful, and I highly recommend it.