Objects & Places from Black, White, and Jewish: Autobiography of a Shifting Self

Rebecca Walker
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Soul

Walker describes this as an illusive part of herself and believes it exists higher than intellect.

Jackson

This was Walker's birthplace.

Brooklyn

Walker's family moved to this location after leaving the South.

Bronx

After her parents divorced, Walker and her mother moved to this location which represents a poorer lifestyle.

San Fransisco

Walker's mother moved to this location after divorcing Walker's father, which caused Walker to cross the country every two years.

Washington D.C.

When the Leventhals moved to a suburb of this city, Walker felt more isolated than ever before.

Urban School

After having an abortion at age fourteen, Walker asked to attend this institution.

Birth Control

Walker became sexually active at a young age and went to Planned Parenthood to get this protection.

Bicycle

Walker first admired Michael because of the freedom he seemed to have while using this.

Museum of Modern Art

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