Melissa Harris-Perry interviews 'Ghana Must Go' author Taiye Selasi

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On Saturday’s Melissa Harris-Perry, Melissa sat down with author Taiye Selasi, whose debut novel, Ghana Must Go, is topping critics’ lists and attracting national attention.

The London-born author, whose parents are Ghanaian and Nigerian, is a protégé of celebrated author Toni Morrison, who pushed her to complete her first novel; which she says she was able to complete by ending a bad relationship, and focusing on her work.

Watch the full interview, and get more MHP here.