The Goddess Blackwoman

Author: Akil
Publisher: Conquering Books Llc
ISBN: NWU:35556037573375
Size: 18.24 MB
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"12 lessons to restore the image, the character, & the responsibility of the goddess blackwoman"--Cover.

Love Is The Beautiful Black Woman

Author: Vernon J. Davis, Jr.
Publisher: Authorhouse
ISBN: 1420849441
Size: 12.76 MB
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"LOVE, IS, THE BEAUTIFUL BLACK WOMAN" is a tribute to all Black Women. It is my praise and trophy to the strong independent women of color that I''ve met and yet to meet. The good, the bad, the indifferent. I hope my poems reflects and mirrors all the variety of women I admire and gain strength from. This collection of poetry is my way of showing the greatest appreciation of our Beautiful Black Women. The positive and the not-so positive shades of their personalities;their ever-changing moods which I find so overwhelmingly attractive. So, to their determined Spirit I dedicate this book---Queens All!!

From Niggas To Gods

Author: Akil
Publisher: New Generation Pub
ISBN: NWU:35556037649563
Size: 13.70 MB
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Long Awaited! Much Anticipated! But, let me ask the question, Have you been vaccinated? Because here comes an Inoculation of Truth, Guaranteed to immunize you niggtivity proof. Niggativityis that deadly mental disease killing-off the Black Community;making us live like slaves, even though we born free.But exempt and liberated God will soon be! God will soon, Be. Here comes that healing cupful of truth.Bitter to some, but sweet to the true, So, pass the cup, after you have drank the down. And never again let evil hold The Originals Dow

A Will To Be Free

Author: Linda Brent
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781625586049
Size: 15.25 MB
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Collected here in this omnibus edition are three influential autobiographies of prominent women whose rose up from slavery to greatness. Essential reading for anyone interested in African American Heritage. Included are Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl by Harriet Jacobs, Narrative of Sojourner Truth by Sojourner Truth, and The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave by Mary Prince. Slavery is a terrible thing, but it is far more terrible and harrowing for women than for men. Harriet Jacobs was owned by a brutal master who beat his slaves regularly and subjected them to indignations that were far worse. Jacobs eventually escaped her master and moved to a northern state. Though she was unable to take her children with her at the time they were later reunited. Read her powerful and compelling story. Sojourner Truth transformed herself from a runaway slave into a well-known campaigner for abolition and women's rights. Her dedication to her principles and her fiery speaking style electrified the abolition movement and brought her fame. This is an extraordinary story about the triumph of an extraordinary women. Mary Prince was the first woman slave to write of her experience. Her recollections are vivid, powerful, and lyrical. Upon its publication the book had a galvanizing effect on the abolitionist movement in England.

When God Was A Woman

Author: Merlin Stone
Publisher: Doubleday
ISBN: 9780307816856
Size: 16.27 MB
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Here, archaeologically documented,is the story of the religion of the Goddess. Under her, women’s roles were far more prominent than in patriarchal Judeo-Christian cultures. Stone describes this ancient system and, with its disintegration, the decline in women’s status.

Dark Mother

Author: Lucia Chiavola Birnbaum
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9780595208418
Size: 11.49 MB
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Bringing a feminist perspective to contemporary findings of geneticists and archeologists, Lucia Chiavola Birnbaum, cultural historian, points out that the oldest veneration we know is of a dark mother of central and south Africa, whose signs-ochre red and the pubic V-were taken by african migrants after 50,000 BCE to caves and cliffs of all continents. The oldest sanctuary in the world was created in 40,000 BCE by african migrants in Har Karkom, later called Mt. Sinai, foundation place of judaism, christianity, and islam.Lucia documents the continuing memory of the dark mother and her values in prehistoric images of the dark mother, in historic black madonnas and in other dark women divinities whose sanctuaries are on african paths. She tracks the memory in rituals and stories of her sicilian grandmothers, in persecution of dark others in patriarchal Europe and the United States, in the rise of nonviolent dark others since the 1960s,in the banners of the 1995 world conference of women at Beijing, and in art. She finds the dark mother's values-justice with compassion, equality, and transformation-in everyday and celebratory rituals of the world's subaltern cultures-and suggests that the image and values are in the submerged memories of everyone.