In his first book, Jerald Walker wrote about fighting through the systemic racism that surrounded him as a young adult in the south side of Chicago. In his second, he focused on growing up Black in a segregated, white-supremacist, Doomsday cult. In his latest work, "How to Make a Slave and Other Essays," which was finalist for the 2020 National Book Award for Nonfiction, Walker writes powerfully, and often humorously, about his experiences as a Black man in America trying to navigate life, fatherhood, writing and more. He joined Jim Braude to discuss.