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When the author and his family moved to America, his sister, Miriam, remained in South Africa. This tale, told in Miriam's voice, tells of a woman who came of age amid the violence and rebellion of the 1980s. She saw the destruction of the hates apartheid system and the birth of a new and democratic South Africa. Miriam emerges as both an innocent child drawn into the war against aparteid and a strong woman forever changed by the struggles, brutality and politics of the world around her.
Mark Mathabane is the bestselling author of Kaffir Boy (Pengiun) and has been a White House Fellow during the Clinton Administration. He continues to write books and articles about education, race relations, social justice and human rights abuses around the world.