Huffington Post Black Voices featured The Sisters Are Alright on its list of "25 Necessary Books By Black Authors in 2015 Everyone Should Read."
The Sisters Are Alright is #11 on Buzzfeed's list of "26 Very Important Nonfiction Books You Should Be Reading." (September 2015)
The Root features The Sisters Are Alright on its list of "14 of the Best Nonfiction Books by Black Authors in 2015."
Tamara Winfrey Harris discusses social prejudices on New York's WABC-TV7 weekly current events show "Here and Now."
Ebony.com spotlights Gawker's interview with Tamara Winfrey-Harris about The Sisters Are Alright and why she's tired of the "black woman problem."
Tamara Winfrey-Harris discusses The Sisters Are Alright on the RH Reality Check podcast.
Read an excerpt from The Sisters Are Alright on Salon.
Gawker includes The Sisters Are Alright on its Summer 2015 reading list and interviews Tamara Winfrey-Harris.
Listen to an interview with Tamara Winfrey-Harris on New Haven, CT's, WNHH Community Radio program "LoveBabz Love Talk."
Tamara Winfrey-Harris and The Sisters Are Alright are featured in Laina Dawes' article "The Year in Innovative Black Women."
Tamara Winfrey-Harris is quoted in the Chicago Defender on the subject of interracial relationships.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris discusses "the strong black woman" in an article about women and gaming.
Read an excerpt from The Sisters Are Alright about mental health and black women.
Listen as Tamara Winfrey-Harris discusses her New York Times article about Rachel Dolezal and The Sisters Are Alright.
Read The Rumpus' interview with Tamara Winfrey-Harris about black women, stereotypes and The Sisters Are Alright.
Author and activist Sikivu Hutchinson interviews Tamara Winfrey-Harris for The Feminist Wire's "Feminists We Love" series. And TFW reviews The Sisters Are Alright.
Read an interview with Tamara about black feminism and The Sisters Are Alright.
Tamara was quoted and The Sisters Are Alright highlighted in USA Today's "Black women's progress collides with media stereotypes." (February 2015)
Writer Aya De Leon mentions Tamara's Bitch magazine article, "Precious Mettle: The Myth of the Strong Black Woman," in her latest piece on Ebony.com," #HowMediaWritesBlackWomen: Reality TV vs. the Writer as Innovator."
Tamara was a guest on NPR’s “Weekend Edition,” discussing coverage of new First Lady Michelle Obama. (May 2009)
Tamara participated in an Essence magazine live discussion on the “No Wedding No Womb” movement. (October 2010)
Listen to Tamara Winfrey-Harris discuss The Sisters Are Alright as the featured guest for the Enoch Pratt Free Library's Writers LIVE program in Baltimore.
Chicago magazine listed Tamara Winfrey-Harris' reading at Women & Children First bookstore among its Top Five Things To Do in Chicago (week of August 19, 2015).
The Crunk Feminist Collective reviews The Sisters Are Alright and interviews Tamara Winfrey-Harris.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris is profiled as part of scholar Dr. Yaba Blay's #PrettyPeriod project.
About.com News spotlights The Sisters Are Alright.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris and writer Jaclyn Friedman discuss feminism on the "Yes Means Yes" podcast.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris joins a panel to talk about racial identity and Rachel Dolezal.
UK-based newspaper The Voice reports on The Sisters Are Alright.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris discusses The Sisters Are Alright on HuffPostLive.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris is quoted in a Palm Beach Post article about tennis champion Serena Williams.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris is a featured guest on the Black Girls Talking podcast.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris and The Sisters Are Alright are referenced in an article on The Toast entitled, "Why Black Women and Men Critique Each Other."
Pittsurgh-based 1839 magazine reviews The Sisters Are Alright.
Tamara joins a panel on WCPN-FM's "The Sound of Ideas." The show, broadcast on Cleveland's NPR station, covered racial identity.
Michael Cohen of WILS' "Capital City Recap" interviews Tamara about her book and Rachel Dolezal, the white local NAACP president who pretended to be a black woman.
Clutch includes The Sisters Are Alright on its Summer 2015 reading list and names it one of 2015's "Top 12 Books by Black Women."
The Grio includes The Sisters Are Alright on its Summer 2015 reading list and on its list of "The 9 Best Books of 2015."
Madame Noire interviews Tamara Winfrey-Harris about The Sisters Are Alright and problematic portrayals of black women.
Writer Aimee Cliff's profile of FKA Twigs in The Fader magazine shouted out Tamara's article ,"No Disrespect,“ as ”the best rebuttal of [Beyonce] bashing." (September 2014)
Tamara discussed Michelle Obama and feminism on Minnesota Public Radio’s “The Daily Circuit.” (February 2013)
"Who is the Black Zooey Deschanel," an article that originally appeared on What Tami Said, was mentioned in a New York magazine feature on the actress. (September 2011)