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Porsha Williams Ready to Tell All of Her "Story" in Her First Book

"I am more than a soundbite or a headline or a rumor," the RHOA cast member said.

By Jocelyn Vena
Porsha Williams New Book Release

Porsha Williams can clearly do it all. And come next year, in addition to being a mom, partner to fiancé Dennis McKinley, radio host, entrepreneur, social activist, and Real Housewife, she'll also be an author. PEOPLE has confirmed that The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member will release her first book, The Pursuit of Porsha, in September 2021.

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The Pursuit of Porsha will be a memoir that will cover a number of important moments and issues that have shaped Porsha to become the empowered woman she is today.

"Putting yourself out there in these times can be both a blessing and curse. I want to share the real me and my story here, including both my trials as well as my many blessings," she said in a statement to PEOPLE. "I am more than a soundbite or a headline or a rumor. I'm a strong Black woman who has triumphed over adversity and owned every single one of my mistakes. My story is a journey of passion, faith, and discovery."

Fans have witnessed Porsha's evolution during her time on RHOA, including relationship ups and downs, and watching her become a first-time mom to daughter Pilar Jhena McKinley.

And she recently opened a new chapter as an activist and voice for change — working on the front lines of the Black Lives Matter movement. Porsha, who was arrested earlier this month while protesting on behalf of Breonna Taylor, is following the footsteps of her grandfather, Rev. Hosea Williams, who was a pioneer in the Civil Rights Movement.

You can hear more from Porsha about her work in the Black Lives Matter movement during her appearance on Amplify Our Voices: An Open Dialogue on Being Black in America. last month, below.

Porsha Williams Says the Fight for Racial Equality Is "a Fight for Humanity"


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