Despite making up the majority of the most numerous minorities in the United States and the United Kingdom, and compounding with the fact that even though media representation has been steadily growing, black women are still being underserved on how they are culturally represented.
Despite the fact that the stereotype of your typical sassy black sista with more than a healthy dose of spicy attitude is more than valid, thereâs so much more about black women that are downplayed in favor of more ghettoized portrayal, and that is not fine. Instead of letting the TV dictate what a dark colored woman should act like, turn to the pages of these books written with black women in mind and rediscover your spirit as a sista.
Worldwide Healing Anthology Blue Girl Turned Gold, inspired by Award Winning Activist, Non Profit Founder / CEO Blue Girls Turned Gold and Visionary Myesha Monique Collins. This 3 part Anthology was her own power in healing. This project has allowed and continues to allow others to heal and share. Through healing and sharing these books have offered new lives, new mindsets, and new opportunities for Greatness! This work, Blue Girl Turned Gold Volume 1 Experiences shape who you are but they do not dictate who you become, has been a blueprint for those experiencing life. The resources included provide a clear path to healing and ultimately greatness and success! Experiences shared in this book are relatable to those who are aware of the healing on a personal level that is required in order for them to move forward in a positive self fulfilling manner. Blue Girl Turned Gold is a must read, referred by a reader as, needed for the soul.
I am recommending this book because homeownership rates among the African American community are at it’s lowest rates since before the recession in 2008/2009. Many women of color are not homeowners because they believe their credit is too bad or they don’t have enough savings when in fact they may be able to purchase a home if they start with some minor shifts in their thinking and spending. Buy Homes Not Shoes will guide them through that process and help them on the road to homeownership.
In Saved, Sober & Sitting Pretty readers will be captivated by Ebonyâs story of triumph and reminded of how God is able to turn our pain into purpose. Ebony accounts her life growing up without her biological father, which lead to her insecurities and feelings of resentment and unworthiness. She speaks honestly and boldly on her darkest moments of suffering in silence and her twelve year battle with substance abuse. Broken and desperate for growth, Ebony has allowed God to heal her from the inside out and has made peace with her pieces!
“Baron Paul Greycastle has made one of the Greatest Discoveries of All Time. He shows, with a tremendous amount of lists, facts and figures, that the most famous and successful people in practically every career field: Archeologists, Artists, Athletes, Comedians, Composers, Designers, Doctors, Educators, Environmentalists, Health Gurus, Inventors, Journalists, Lawyers, Models, Musicians, Peace Makers, Photographers, Physicists, Positive-Thinking Philosophers, Promoters, Richest, Romantics, Sales People, Singers, Talk Show Hosts, Writers and many more, are successful because of their color-coded names. He proves, with undeniable evidence, that Sir Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein owe their great knowledge of physics to their names.
He shows that our color-coded names determine who our romantic soul mate should be, what colors we should use in our homes and wardrobe to stimulate and create the 7 different home decor mood environments and project the fashion image styles (youthful, intellectual, harmonious, dramatic, corporate, romantic & sexy).
This is one of the greatest self-help books ever written. Find out what your name says about how to enhance your beauty, choose the right career, find the right romantic soul mate, build the best color/style wardrobe, and stimulate your 7 centers using your colors in your home or business environment. Greycastle claims that if his philosophy is accepted by the mainstream medical society, it could possibly create two new medical fields: Endocrinology Psychology and Endocrinology Psychiatry. ”
This book is a nice reminder that like most of us, Oprah didn’t start her life as a world-renown influencer. She gives the reader a vulnerable look at the hard lessons and challenges she’s experienced that made her who she is today. This book is full of quick life wisdoms that encourage women to love themselves deeper and show up in the world more fully.
Dr. Mayo is able to provide detailed case studies to exemplify how harmful cycles are born and how they can seriously impact our relationships. Her books are valuable resources that will empower the readers to recognize the cycles where they occur, and employ concrete tools to address the root of problem.
This book provides a detailed look at how destruction in life stems from a deep lack of knowledge. During her career as a hair care professional for over thirty years, author Jennifer ‘Pam’ Davis continually noticed that women of African descent were dealing with increasing hair damage. Davis writes from her experience as a hair care professional as she explains how discussions with these clients lead her towards the conclusion that misguided information leads to destruction and suffering. This realization that the absence of truth is due to a detachment from fundamental values of the Holy Scriptures led towards the creation of this book. Davis set out on a mission to explain to readers the importance of the Holy Scriptures, the fabric of society, and that its pages of knowledge will lead towards resolution of societal problems and create unity among all. This book is perfect for all who have a desire to connect with her experience as a devoted hair care professional and her journey towards truth for the soul of humanity.
This book is supposed to be for young adults but it has meaning for people of all ages. The author Tomi Adeyemi is being called the black J.K Rowling. This book was the author’s commentary on police brutality and the treatment of black and brown people by authorities. It is an excellent book disguised by science fiction.
I would suggest for black women would be An American Marriage by Tayari Jones this book was on Oprah’s Book Club. It is a book which speaks volumes on justice in America, love, and marriage in today’s age.
Homegoing a novel by Yaa Gyasi which is a book which follows the ancestors of two women who are sisters. One stays in Africa and one is sold into slavery. This book is a commentary on African American life. It also makes one think about the significance history can and does play in each of our lives. It is good to know who and what you are.