"Everyday something has tried to kill me and has failed" is a memoir by Kim McLarin that explores her experiences as a Black woman in America. Through a series of personal essays, McLarin reflects on the challenges she has faced in her life, including racism, sexism, and poverty. She also shares stories of resilience and hope, highlighting the ways in which she has been able to overcome these obstacles and find meaning and purpose in her life. McLarin's writing is powerful and thought-provoking, making this book an important and timely read for anyone interested in issues of race and social justice."
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