Book Review: “African American Women With Incarcerated Mates” by Avon Hart-Johnson

Reviewed by Semina Pek, Blogger In the United States, one in fifteen African American men is incarcerated. The same ethnicity makes 40% of the total prison population, making it a high-risk ethnicity. In her book, Hart-Johnson provides a lengthy insight into lives of African American women who share the experience of having their partners incarcerated. … Continue reading Book Review: “African American Women With Incarcerated Mates” by Avon Hart-Johnson

Book Review: "Burnt Orange" by Author Meiah Shaun

About the Book: A coming-of-age story of Erin and Erika, Texas twins in an abusive home in a town segregated by white and black color lines, who are wounded by the revealing of a shocking family secret and long to escape their circumstances and erase what they have been labeled. Follow their journey in this … Continue reading Book Review: "Burnt Orange" by Author Meiah Shaun

Book Review: A-C-T Like A Kid And T-H-I-N-K Like A Parent by Katherine Shears,‎ C.S. Whitehurst

“A-C-T Like A Kid And T-H-I-N-K Like A Parent” gives the reader a unique and fresh perspective on communication within the parent/child relationship through offering guidance to kids on how to communicate with their parents. Shears and Whitehurst wrote this book for kids age 10 and up.  They give readers a frank and honest look … Continue reading Book Review: A-C-T Like A Kid And T-H-I-N-K Like A Parent by Katherine Shears,‎ C.S. Whitehurst

Book Review: "Ensoulment" by Loris Simon-Salum

Book Description: Ensoulment is an encounter with a young filmmaker struggling to explain the feminine, according to psychologist Carl Jung’s theories. She interviews authors and leaders including Dr. James Hollis, Dr. Abigail Disney, Rev. Dr. Serene Jones, Dr. Cynthia Eller and Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling, amongst others, to broaden her perspective about what the feminine is … Continue reading Book Review: "Ensoulment" by Loris Simon-Salum