Black woman are beautiful and need to feel beautiful again. They need to know that they are desired just as much of women from any other ethnicity or race. This should start young in childhood, when we are the most impressionable. Black girls should be taught self love early in life.
Meet little Alana Monay, a little girl whose mother teaches her how to see her blackness in a new, fun and magical way. We are all different but learning how to embrace your uniqueness can open you up to the magic all around you. My Afro Puffs Brings Good Luck is the iconic answer to a perplexing identity problem that black people have had to deal with in America since the beginning – WHITE SUPREMACY.
At the forefront, white supremacy is a misguided belief that white people are more superior than black people. They are not necessarily racists, just lost souls who are misguided in a false belief that simply because of the shade of their skin, they are better than people of other descent, primarily, black people of America. This ideology has flooded how mainstream media has captured the essence of being black, trickling down to black people who have begun to hold the same thoughts about their own people.
On most social media sites, you will see that black people have started a new trend of admitting their frustrations with being black. New movements all over where black people argue that they are not black. They claim to be anything other than who they really are. But that’s not what is so bad. What’s so bad is that they are ashamed of whom they truly are and where they truly come from. Obviously, they feel that it makes them better to be something else. “My Afro Puffs Brings Good Luck,” written by K.C. Baylor, the admin of “Urban Fiction News” website, gives a new hope and a new look at being black.
This book will bring delight to your child and perhaps, instill in them a sense of joy in being black that will last them a lifetime. This story should be read to them often, so these kids do not forget how important and joyous it is to embrace who they are. From the nappy hair to their beautiful black skin, they should show joy and pride in being black. They should be encouraged to read about their history. They should celebrate their blackness without ever feeling ashamed or different than other kids who do not.
We have reached an age where black people need to be empowered more than ever. Once black people are empowered, things will change around for black people. We are currently at the height of such change now. Online, there is a strong and powerful movement for black woman who want to wear all natural hair and they embrace their difference. Their movement has been heard all across the world and it is a very powerful movement. Now is not a time to be ashamed of being black. Now is a great time to be black!
“My Afro Puffs Brings Joy” will explain to your child why she is beautiful. It will assist with her learning to love herself and all that entails. I only ask that you go to http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EP6M6YC and leave your review of why you think this book is a good idea and if you will support this project.
I am urging everyone to visit this link and leave a comment to give this book a boost so, hopefully, it does well. Because I believe that it needs to.