What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love: Healing the Emotional Legacy of Racism by Celebrating Our Light
In this provocative rethinking of the African American woman's experience, Brenda Lane Richardson and Dr. Brenda Wade ask their black American sisters to consider this question: "What lessons about love and intimacy were passed down from your foremothers to you?" By exploring the emotional legacy shared by all African American women whose ancestors were enslaved, the authors examine the impact of this history on romantic relationships between today's black women and men—and reveal how the power of inherited beliefs can both heal and strengthen these bonds.
Specifications of What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love: Healing the Emotional Legacy of Racism by Celebrating Our Light
|Author||Brenda Richardson, Dr. Brenda Wade|
|Number Of Pages||272|
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