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We're Going to Need More Wine - Gabrielle Union

Photo Credit: Ebony Magazine

Gabrielle Union Speaks out on surviving sexual assault in the video below from NET-A-PORTER.  

"I had to recreate my soul" - Gabrielle Union 

Sexual Assault Resource: 
RAINN: 1800.656.HOPE website 

Gabrielle Union's memoir "We're Going to Need More Wine" is an open book full of life learning and lessons from a honest place embracing her authentic self. 

“You were fly, dope, and amazing from birth, I would tell that girl now. From the second you took your first breath, you were worthwhile and valid. And I’m sorry you had to wait so long to learn that for yourself.”

― Gabrielle Union, We're Going to Need More Wine

We're Going to Need More Wine Book Signing & Interview
with Angie MartInez and Gabrielle Union



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