Thu, Jun 29|
Sankofa Video, Books, & Café
The New Black Woman: Loves Herself, Has Boundaries, and Heals Every Day
We're hosting Marita Golden as she presents her new book The New Black Woman: Loves Herself, Has Boundaries, and Heals Every Day!
Time & Location
Jun 29, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Sankofa Video, Books, & Café, 2714 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA
About The Event
About the book:
Healthy Habits to Become the Strong Black Women
"This book is gonna save some sisters' lives. Hallelujah!" ―Patrice Gaines, author of Laughing in the Dark
#1 New Release in Codependency
Marita Golden, a prominent interviewee of Oprah Winfrey, wrote this mental and physical health guide for women to learn who they are, to set healthy boundaries, and to jump into health related fitness practices to balance out their daily lives.
Know Yourself. Jump start your relationship with yourself. Renowned author Marita Golden goes in-depth on how using meditation, silence, prayer, affirmations, and reflections allows for internal trust and confidence to blossom in your daily life.
Set Boundaries. Setting boundaries can be difficult but they are necessary to living life as a strong woman in today's world. Everyone else's burdens are not yours to carry and no, you don't have to fix everyone you come across! Learn how to set emotional boundaries, physical boundaries, and other boundaries to live freely.
Inside, you'll find:
- Healthy habits to reconnect with your inner self, your body, and those around you
- An empowering book for women to learn how to take back their lives one day at a time
- A mental health guide for women, black women affirmations, and reflection points to develop holistic wellness
If you're looking for mental health books for young adults and/or the strong black women in your life, this book is for you! If you enjoyed Set Boundaries, Find Peace, How we Heal, This Is How You Heal, or You Are Your Best Thing, you'll love The New Black Woman.
About the author:
Marita Golden, cofounder and president emeritus of the Hurston/Wright Foundation, is a veteran teacher of writing and an acclaimed award-winning author of more than a dozen works of fiction and nonfiction. She has served as a member of the faculties of the MFA graduate creative writing programs at George Mason University and Virginia Commonwealth University and in the MA creative writing program at John Hopkins University and has taught writing internationally to a variety of constituencies. She has been interviewed by Oprah Winfrey as a remarkable leader for black women worldwide. She currently lives in Maryland.
This ticket ensures a book will be waiting for you at the register.