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