Where do those relegated to the margins find belonging?
In her luminous debut Unbelonging, Gayatri Sethi deftly interweaves verse, memoir, and a bold call to action as she recounts her experience searching for home in the diaspora.
Drawing upon her life story as a Tanzanian-born-Punjabi turned American educator and mother of biracial children, Sethi tells an intimate tale of stepping into her power while confronting misogyny, racism, and empire.
Spanning decades and continents– from Partition to the Black Lives Matter movement, South Africa to Atlanta– Unbelonging tells urgent truths, inspires critical self-reflection, and emboldens its readers to pursue radical forms of justice, compassion, and solidarity.
Writers are Talking about Unbelonging!
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South Asian Today says, “Unbelonging by Gayatri Sethi is a mantra that brown folks must read …”
Pine Reads Review says, “In an expansive work that encompasses the art of memoir, poetry, and intersectional feminist workbooks …”
Desi Girl Magazine talks, “Conversation on the sense of unbelonging with Dr. Gayatri Sethi …”