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More Than Enough
More Than Enough | Elaine Welteroth
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A memoir from the revolutionary editor credited with bringing social consciousness to the pages of Teen Vogue and an inspiring exploration of what it means to be enough Throughout her life and a meteoric career in media that steadily defied expectation, Elaine Welteroth has grappled with restrictive labels--not black enough, not white enough, not old enough, not young enough, not 'fashion enough, ' not smart enough. But she's had enough of the world telling her--and all women--that they're not enough. In her motivational story, the groundbreaking journalist unpacks liberating lessons on race, identity, and success--from her own journey navigating the complexities of growing up mixed-race in America to transforming the Teen Vogue brand into a vehicle for social change and ultimately disrupting the media's narrative on beauty for young women across the world. As Welteroth learns to rely on herself by looking both inward and upward, we're ultimately reminded that we're not only just enough, but more than enough.
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swishandflick
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This week I've been attending the State of Black Women summit at work and it's been great! Elaine Welteroth delivered the keynote and she was absolutely phenomenal. So fierce, so inspiring, and an all-around powerhouse. We all got a copy of her book (!!!) and after hearing her speak I truly can't wait to read it! 👏🏽 #blackgirlmagic

Pruzy So awesome! 3w
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Bookjunkie57
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Mariah.lynn
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This book was amazing, motivational and inspiring ❤️

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caitlin.reads.books
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I finished this #librarybook over the weekend and I really enjoyed it!! The writing is great and the book is inspiring. I loved hearing stories from her time at Teen Vogue and her interactions with Anna Wintour (I find her fascinating!). She spent a lot of time describing her childhood and upbringing which was all very interesting as well. She‘s accomplished a lot in her life so far. If you enjoy a #memoir, I highly recommend this one! #nonfiction

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razmanda
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Holy shit, go read this book. Welteroth is a formidable talent and her memoir is raw and honest, equal parts confession and advice. Totally inspiring and bad-ass. Ending the first day of the #24in48readathon at 6 hours and 20 minutes, not too shabby!

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razmanda
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Refueling with water, blueberries and an uplifting AF memoir. #24in48readathon

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SW-T
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Welteroth is the former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue. She was the youngest editor in the history of Condé Nast and the second African American to hold the position. She is now a judge on Bravo's competitive fashion show "Project Runway." Very conversational, like sitting and chatting with someone you know. Highly recommend.

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Erynecki
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A fabulous book that beautifully tells the story of a young woman‘s dreams and ambitions (professional and personal). It‘s a journey that challenges societal norms, addresses and confronts important issues about race, and along the way she shares her joy, pain, self doubt, and greatest triumphs. Of course the fact that a Rhetoric teacher helped her see the world and herself through a slightly different lens made me love her that much more.