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Shut’em Down: Black Women, Racism and Corporate America, Co-Author Dr. Tara Hines-McCoy

Civilization & Culture

Shut’em Down is the battle cry of Black women who have suffered abuse and trauma at the hands of corporate America. Composed of the stories of 20 Black women who have been impacted by racism in the workplace, this anthology not only offers us conversation starters on how to combat racism on the job, but … Read more

A Sliver of a Chance: Insights and Observations of a Canadian Immigrant, Brian Sankarsingh

Civilization & Culture

Insights and Observations of a Canadian Immigrant. This inaugural poetic journey unapologetically delves into the heart of the most challenging issues facing our world today. Plunge into this thought-provoking exploration of political intrigue as Brian Sankarsingh takes on the traumatizing and divisive topics of systemic racism, colonialism, and Black Lives Matter. This book of poetry … Read more

The [New] New Patriotism, Jennifer Blackburn

Civilization & Culture

“The [New] New Patriotism” takes the reader on a journey of American history, circumstance, and perspective. Stunning events of early 2020 provide context for an American culture that has required redirection for decades. Our society is slowly abdicating liberty to the very outlets promoting fear and division. Explore the dark truths of racism Americans have … Read more

Thriving While Black, Cori Jamal Williams

Civilization & Culture

“Thriving While Black” sets out to explore the psychological and emotional consequences of being Black in corporate America. “Ain’t I an American?” the famous words of Langston Hughes, is a question every Black person unwittingly asks themselves. The playing field for Whites and Blacks is not equal, whether in education, science and technology, life expectancy, earning, or social strata. … Read more

Womenemies: And How to Eliminate Them, Marilena Fallaris

Civilization & Culture

WOMENEMIES: And How to Eliminate Them identifies and discusses the common ways women can be enemies, or womenemies, to each other and sets guidelines to eliminate their existence.  The goal of the book is to support and uplift our fellow women! Womenemies should be read for yourself, your mother, your wife, your friend, your daughter, your female … Read more