"Yes, We're Together," is a humor blog challenging the assumptions and assuming the challenges of interracial love in the 21st century with humor and grace. Here at YWT, all racial/ethnic combinations are fair game and our writing meets at the intersection of the serious, the hilarious, and the controversial.
Atinuke O. Diver is the creator and editor of YesWe'reTogether.com. The oldest daughter of Nigerian immigrants, Tinu was born in Mattapan, Massachusetts, raised in Prince George's County, Maryland and lives in Boston, Massachusetts. She earned an English degree, Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership, and Law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a proud graduate of UNC's Creative Writing Program, an honored recipient of the Wanda Chappell Scholarship, and former Editor of Virtuous Woman Campus Magazine.
Her writing has been featured in BlogHer, The Review Review, The African Immigrant Journal, Racialicious, Love Isn't Enough, The Fresh Xpress, Examiner.com and has been an Editor's Pick on OpenSalon.com.
Tinu is a 2013 Ms. JD Writer-in-Residence, a contributor to the forthcoming book, Talking Taboo: American Christian Women Get Frank about Faith (White Cloud Press, Oct 2013), and the recipient of a Writing Residency at Wellspring House.
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