About Black Women, My Grandmother Told Me: Worthy Advice For Future Generations

The book is easy to read, each piece of advice is written in no more than a few paragraphs, and most are only three or four sentences. It is a great book to grab when you have just a few minutes here and there.

Speaking frankly, not peddling fantasy, and writing honestly and sharply, in About Black Women, My Grandmother Told Me: Worthy Advice for Future Generations, Narcisse Nguema offers 791 bits of time-tested advice for everyone, but especially for African American women.

Women are the core of society, and the black woman’s authenticity is not a matter of negotiation or discomfort–the black authenticity is pride, and shall remain immaculate. The more black women accept themselves in their entirety, the better the black community will be.

With Nguema’s firm but clear guidance, readers of About Black Women will again claim the feminine behaviors that civilized culture before: the actions that built up ethics, morals and rules, and law and wealth.

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