NCARRV

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NCARRVNorth Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence
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"Memoir of a Race Traitor," the lengthy multipart essay that begins Segrest's book, is framed as the story of how an out lesbian served for six years as coordinator of North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence (NCARRV).
We witness her struggles with her biological family, who were segregationists in Alabama during the civil rights movement; her thorny friendship with mortally ill Carl Wittman, a pioneering gay liberationist who died of AIDS in 1986; her connection with Christina Davis, a co-worker in NCARRV and "my first really close Black friend"; and her changing sense of self as she begins to feel "pretty irregularly white."
In the first few chapters, I was turned off by the graphic but predictable stories about Segrest's work for North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence (NCARRV).