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In Liza Wieland’s provocative fourth novel, “Land of Enchantment,” we meet Brigid Long Night, a half-Navajo, half-German painter. Young, single and ambitious in 1985 in Taos, N.M., she gives away her day-old daughter Sasha and apprentices herself to Georgia O’Keeffe, whose white hair is “like a moon pierced and leaking out around a face.”
It might be called “starting somewhere.” At the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a voluntary initiative dubbed “Carolina Conversations” will invite students to participate in forums for discussion, some of their own formation, others helped along by the university, on race and diversity.
The police here said Monday that they had found “no substantive basis” to support a Rolling Stone magazine article depicting a horrific gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house and that a four-month review had identified serious discrepancies in the account by a woman identified as Jackie, who refused to cooperate with their investigation.