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TueNight 10: Nefertiti Austin

Nefertiti Austin has written for TueNight about teaching children empathy and fighting “mommy frump.” She blogs about adoption at, and is currently working on a memoir about adopting as a single woman of color. She is also an Adjunct Assistant U.S. HistoryInstructor and a certified PS-MAPP trainer who co-leads classes for adoptive and foster parents. Austin lives with her children in Los Angeles.  On the nightstand: A raggedy copy of The Game of Life and How to Play It by Florence Scovel Shinn Can’t stop/won’t stop: A morning walk Jam of the minute: “Bambi” by Jidenna Thing I miss: Travel 80’s crush: Prince Current crush: Hill Harper Will whine about: Being a single parent — it’s hard! Will wine about: Cabernet or a nice, red blend Best thing that happened yesterday:  I went out at night… without my kids Looking forward to: Writing about adoption and race