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Booklist

An American Brown Girls Booklist

Our world needs to sit up and take notice. Once ignored and criticized, our nation’s Brown and Black girls are making waves, making changes, and making their voices heard.  2020 and 2021 were filled with amazing and powerful Brown and Black women like Kamela Harris, Amanda Gorman, Lizzo, Stacey Abrams, and so many more. It’s […]

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Book Journey

One Step Further: My Story of Math, the Moon, and a Lifelong Mission by Katherine Johnson

If you have read the book or seen the movie book HIDDEN FIGURES, you know who Katherine Johnson is and what she was able to achieve for NASA and history. With ONE STEP FURTHER we get not only her work but what it was like for her daughters to be a part of their mother’s […]

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Author Advice

Kindness 365 Days a Year?

February 17th was National Random Acts of Kindness Day. I appreciate this day and all of the enthusiasm that goes along with it. But, I still keep coming back to one main thought. Wouldn’t it be better to have random acts of kindness every day? Like, 365 days a year? You’ve probably been the recipient […]

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Book Journey

A Picture Book Series for the Dreamers and the Doers

Did you know that, in the children’s publishing industry, books are eight times more likely to feature an animal as the protagonist than a person of color? In classrooms and home bookshelves across America, children are not seeing it modeled for them that Black children can be leaders too because it is not reflected in […]

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General

A Black Queen Who Inspired This Former Princess

Determination and drive are in my DNA. I am not “built” to back down from what I believe. And I have the past and present Black Queens in my life to thank for it. Especially my beloved mom. My parents are an interracial couple who married in 1970. A climate then was nowhere near as […]

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General

Black History Month: SheRoes and Queens

I have so much to say about Black History Month, I honestly don’t know where to begin. Some of the following are my own thoughts, but some are also images/memes from other sources that sum up what’s in my heart more than I can ever say. This February, I encourage everyone to learn as much […]

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