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  • The Vibes You Feel: What I’ve Learned about Life and Relationships through the Holy Spirit
    $19.99

    This inspiring book for teens and young women explores what it means to listen to God’s voice, better understand the “vibes” and intuition the Spirit uses as guidance, and live a life that proclaims your heavenly truth. Filled with personal lessons from author and Grammy-nominated artist Kierra “Kiki” Sheard-Kelly and empowering scriptural promises, you’ll grow stronger in your faith as well as your God-given purpose.

    Each day, we are under attack—by people who want to keep us down or who doubt our gifts, as well as by spiritual forces who want to knock us off our God-given path and into the darkness. In The Vibes You Feel, Kierra “Kiki” Sheard-Kelly invites you to uncover what it means to have the Holy Spirit in your life, and how listening to the vibes we sense in certain situations can help steer us toward the future God intends.

    Inside The Vibes You Feel, you’ll find:

    * encouragement and support for navigating today’s world
    * solid biblical truths and scriptural promises that arm you for the tough decisions and battles in your life
    * Kierra’s own personal stories and experiences with difficult situations, and the spiritual nudges that helped her through
    * Advice and guidance with actionable steps

    In addition, The Vibes You Feel:

    * is an ideal gift for birthdays, Christmas, Easter, or graduations
    * helps you grow closer to God and understand the signals he sends
    * is perfect for those looking for motivation and biblical guidance

    Also check out Kierra Sheard-Kelly’s bestselling and inspirational book, Big, Bold, and Beautiful.

  • Sovereign Love: A Guide to Healing Relationships by Reclaiming the Masculine and Feminine Within

    by Dené Logan

    $19.99

    From couples therapist Dené Logan comes a new perspective on understanding our inner masculine and feminine energetics as the key to experiencing fulfillment in our partnerships.

    Does something feel off about your intimate relationships? If you haven’t been able to pin down exactly what, you aren’t alone. While attempting to connect the dots of her own experience to the patterns she observes within the relationships of her clients, couples therapist Dené Logan came to a vital understanding in the search for relational fulfilment: the answer often lies in the inherent interplay of the masculine and feminine energy that everyone possesses.

    Both masculine and feminine polarities are present in every person and relationship. When we’re out of touch with the energetics within ourselves and those around us, it can create an internal struggle and sense of disharmony in our partnerships. “Understanding these dynamics is the key to ending the unspoken war of the sexes that plays out far too often in our relationships,” Logan says. Thankfully, we have the power to work with these polarities, first within ourselves, and then within our relationships.

    In Sovereign Love, Logan helps us understand how to integrate masculine and feminine energetics so we can move away from the codependent, transactional views of what relationships “should” be, toward an interdependent, mutually balanced state where both partners are present, self-aware, and strong in Self. Here you’ll discover:
    • What energetics you’ve been operating from and why
    • The polarities that are being created in your partnerships
    • How to take personal responsibility for shifting your own energy to a more integrated place

    Logan shares revelations and techniques to support you in experiencing the wholehearted, satiating kind of love that is rooted in self-awareness and interdependence. “By unpacking the historical, cultural, and highly individual reasons why we love the way we do,” she explains, “we can understand our motivations and consciously choose to love in a way that serves our growth, our values, and our personal sovereignty.”

  • PRE-ORDER: Being Peace

    by Thich Nhat Hanh

    $18.95

    PRE-ORDER: On Sale Date: July 9, 2024

    A timeless introduction to Thich Nhat Hanh's most important teachings, this spiritual classic reveals the connection between peace in oneself and peace in the world. Being Peace was one of Thich Nhat Hanh's first books published in the United States. Intended for peace activists and as a commentary on the peace movement of the time, the book became a sensation, and continues to be an indispensable guide along the path more than thirty years later, as Thich Nhat Hanh himself has become an internationally renowned spiritual leader. Translated into more than thirty languages and with half a million copies sold in the US alone, reading Being Peace is like drinking a cool glass of water on a hot day. Many of the hallmarks of Thich Nhat Hanh's teaching appear here for the first time, in his trademark clear and steady style. The book's opening has become one of his most widely quoted teachings: "Life is filled with suffering, but it is also filled with many wonders, such as the blue sky, the sunshine, the eyes of a baby. To suffer is not enough." Available in this stunning hardcover commemorative edition for the first time and with a new foreword from Dr. Jane Goodall, this is the perfect introduction to Thich Nhat Hanh's work, for yourself or for your loved ones.

  • And Then We Rise: A Guide to Loving and Taking Care of Self

    by Common

    $30.00

    From the multi-award-winning performer, author, and activist, a comprehensive program for addressing mental and physical health—and encouraging communities to do the same.

    Common has achieved success in many facets of his life and career, from music to acting to writing. But for a long time, he didn’t feel that he had found fulfillment in his body and spirit.

    And Then We Rise is about Common’s journey to wellness as a vital element of his success. A testimony to the benefits of self-care, this book is composed of four different sections, each with its own important lessons: "The Food" focuses on nutrition. "The Body" focuses on fitness. "The Mind" focuses on mental health. And "The Soul" focuses on perhaps the most profound thing of all—spiritual well-being. 

    Common’s personal stories act as the backbone of his book, but he also wants to give his readers the gift of professional expertise. Here, he acts as the liaison to his own nutritionist and chef, his own physical trainer, and his own therapist, as well as to those who act as his spiritual influences.

    Wise, accessible, and powerful, And Then We Rise offers a comprehensive, holistic approach to wellness that will allow readers to transform their thinking, their actions, and, ultimately, their lives.

  • Falling Back in Love with Being Human: Letters to Lost Souls

    by Kai Cheng Thom

    $17.00

    A national bestseller in Canada, hailed by The New York Times as an “intimate expression of self-acceptance and forgiveness, tenderly written to fellow trans women and others.”

    “Required reading.”—Glennon Doyle, #1 bestselling author of Untamed

    A THEM AND AUTOSTRADDLE BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR

    What happens when we imagine loving the people—and the parts of ourselves—that we do not believe are worthy of love?

    Kai Cheng Thom grew up a Chinese Canadian transgender girl in a hostile world. As an activist, psychotherapist, conflict mediator, and spiritual healer, she’s always pursued the same deeply personal mission: to embrace the revolutionary belief that every human being, no matter how hateful or horrible, is intrinsically sacred.

    But then Kai Cheng found herself in a crisis of faith, overwhelmed by the viciousness with which people treated one another, and barely clinging to the values and ideals she’d built her life around: justice, hope, love, and healing. Rather than succumb to despair and cynicism, she gathered all her rage and grief and took one last leap of faith: she wrote. Whether prayers or spells or poems—and whether there’s a difference—she wrote to affirm the outcasts and runaways she calls her kin. She wrote to flawed but nonetheless lovable men, to people with good intentions who harm their own, to racists and transphobes seemingly beyond saving. What emerged was a blueprint for falling back in love with being human.

  • Wealth Warrior: 8 Steps for Communities of Color to Conquer the Stock Market

    by Linda Garcia

    $18.99

    This much-needed conversational guide to the stock market by a financial expert empowers you to heal money wounds, establish financial literacy, and make your money work for you.
     
    Financial educator Linda García breaks down one of the most elusive yet effective financial systems in existence. A single mother at a young age, Linda struggled to survive. As bills and eviction notices flowed in, she felt stuck. After getting advice from a work friend, Linda took the leap and invested two hundred dollars. Soon, two hundred dollars a month grew to seven thousand dollars, then that became a high six-figure investment. Now she owns her home and is making more money than she’d ever imagined, and is ready to help other people of color access stock knowledge and achieve financial success.

    As a proud Latina, García understands that building wealth can mean more than stepping into financial arenas historically kept from communities of color. It may first require getting to the root of our money wounds—the factors and experiences that limit our capacity to feel deserving of wealth and capable of building it. In this investing playbook, she guides you on how to establish a budget, create your “opportunity fund,” and pay yourself first She shows you how to analyze a company, choose the right stocks for you, and create a plan to multiply your money.
     
    You’ll learn:

    • What it means to invest, where your money goes, and how to read stock charts.
    • How to assess companies, pick your first stock, and buy your first shares.
    • Tactics to break free from a scarcity mindset and grow your stocks to create life-changing wealth.
    Complete with an accessible glossary of stock market terms, Wealth Warrior is a true primer on how to generate the wealth you deserve!
  • F the Fairy Tale: Rewrite the Dating Myths and Live Your Own Love Story

    by Damona Hoffman

    $29.00

    From a popular dating coach and podcast host, a guide to dismantling the myths that get in the way of finding love 

    Does dating feel like you’re chasing a “happily ever after” that always seems out of reach? You’re not alone: many modern daters are stuck following old rules, hung up on ideas like instant chemistry and “the One.” In F the Fairy Tale, love expert Damona Hoffman helps readers break free of those dating myths—and write their own love stories. Drawing on nearly twenty years of experience as a dating coach, Hoffman reveals the four pillars of strong relationships: goals, values, communication, and trust. And she doesn’t just tell readers what to do or not to do—she explains why, exploring the psychological and societal factors behind our behavior to help us break free of old habits for good. F the Fairy Tale gives you the tools to create the happy ending to your love story that’s just right for you. 

  • We Go High: How 30 Women of Colour Achieved Greatness against all Odds

    by Nicole Ellis

    $19.99
    Follow the life lessons of 30 remarkable women of color who are making their mark on society and culture.

    "When you are struggling and you start thinking about giving up, I want you to remember something ... and that is the power of hope." -Michelle Obama (White House speech, 2017)

    We Go High brings together the inspiring stories, motivational quotes, and personal philosophies of 30 influential women of color who have sought to overcome challenges in their lives.

    From activists to scientists, artists to sporting icons, each woman's story is different-but all have in common a deep-seated resilience to fight against the prejudices and barriers to success that women of color face on a daily basis. The book features political powerhouses such as Kamala Harris and Stacey Abrams, as well as businesswomen like Arundhati Bhattacharya and Angelica Ross, and writers Michaela Coel and Amanda Gorman.

    With 30 stunning, specially commissioned portraits, We Go High not only celebrates these remarkable women's achievements, but uncovers the personal beliefs, attitudes, and determination that drive them.
  • Oh Sis, You’re Pregnant! : The Ultimate Guide to Black Pregnancy & Motherhood (Gift For New Moms)

    by Shanicia Boswell

    $39.99
    Oh Sis, You’re Pregnant! is a book that mostly focuses on the common knowledge that mothers should consider when having their first baby but also shares topics that can be beneficial for moms on their second, third, or fourth baby - such as VBAC’s, how to plan financially for your impending birth, maintaining your relationship and friendships during motherhood, and how to self advocate for your rights in a world that can already view you as less than. ▪ Oh Sis, You’re Pregnant focuses on Black Millennial motherhood ▪ Oh Sis, You’re Pregnant ties in the age of social media and its effect on parenting ▪ Oh Sis, You’re Pregnant uses cultural references and jargon for relatability ▪ Oh Sis, You’re Pregnant doubles as a pregnancy and motherhood guide as well as tells the story of the author, Shanicia Boswell, to an audience that is already familiar with her background.

    What to Expect When Black, Pregnant, and Expecting

    “This book stands as the modern-day guide to birthing while Black.” ―Angelina Ruffin-Alexander, certified nurse midwife

    2021 International Book Awards finalist in Health: Women’s Health
    #1 New Release in Pregnancy & Childbirth and Minority Demographic Studies, Medical Ethics, and Women's Health Nursing

    Written with lighthearted humor and cultural context, Oh Sis, You’re Pregnant! discusses the stages of pregnancy, labor, and motherhood as they pertain to pregnant Black women today.

    Tailored to today’s pregnant Black woman. In the age of social media, how do pregnant women communicate their big announcement? What are the best protective hairstyles for labor? Most importantly, how many pregnancy guides focus on issues like Black maternal birth rates and what it really looks like to be Black, pregnant, and single today? Written for the modern pregnant Black woman, Oh Sis, You’re Pregnant! is the essential what to expect when you're expecting guide to understanding pregnancy from a millennial Black mom’s point of view.

    Interviews, stories, and advice for pregnant women. Written by Black Moms Blog founder, the book tackles hard topics in a way that truly resonate with modern Black moms. With stories from her experiences through pregnancy, labor, and motherhood, and lessons learned as a mother at twenty-two, Oh Sis, You’re Pregnant! focuses on the common knowledge Black pregnant mothers should consider when having their first baby. It also shares topics beneficial to pregnant Black women on their second, third, or fourth born.

    Find answers to questions:

    • Do I financially plan for my birth?
    • Can I maintain my relationship and friendships during motherhood?
    • Will I self-advocate for my rights in a world that already views me as less than?

    If you enjoyed books like Medical Apartheid50 Things To Do Before You DeliverThe Girlfriends' Guide to Pregnancy, or Birthing Justice, then you’ll love Oh Sis, You’re Pregnant!

  • Urban Apologetics: Restoring Black Dignity with the Gospel

    by Eric Mason

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    This book will be a first-of-its-kind resource in the market, engaging cults and alternative religious groups specific to the African American community.

    Urban Apologetics examines the legitimate issues that Black communities have with Western Christianity and shows how the gospel of Jesus Christ—rather than popular, socioreligious alternatives—restores our identity.

    African Americans have long confronted the challenge of dignity destruction caused by white supremacy. While many have found meaning and restoration of dignity in the black church, others have found it in ethnocentric socioreligious groups and philosophies.

    These ideologies have grown and developed deep traction in the black community and beyond. Revisionist history, conspiracy theories, and misinformation about Jesus and Christianity are the order of the day. Many young African Americans are disinterested in Christianity and others are leaving the church in search of what these false religious ideas appear to offer, a spirituality more indigenous to their history and ethnicity.

    Edited by Dr. Eric Mason and featuring a top-notch lineup of contributors, Urban Apologetics is the first book focused entirely on cults, religious groups, and ethnocentric ideologies prevalent in the black community. The book is divided into three main parts:

    • Discussions on the unique context for urban apologetics so that you can better understand the cultural arguments against Christianity among the Black community.
    • Detailed information on cults, religious groups, and ethnic identity groups that many urban evangelists encounter—such as the Nation of Islam, Kemetic spirituality, African mysticism, Hebrew Israelites, Black nationalism, and atheism.
    • Specific tools for urban apologetics and community outreach.

    Ultimately, Urban Apologetics applies the gospel to black identity to show that Jesus is the only one who can restore it. This is an essential resource to equip those doing the work of ministry and apology in urban communities with the best available information.

  • The Vibration of Grace: Sound Healing Rituals for Liberation

    by gina Breedlove

    $19.99

    *ships in 7 -10 business days*

    A sacred sound healing journey through the restorative power of our own voice: with accompanying audio

    Each of us walks with deep, sacred wisdom. Our bodies contain an innate intelligence that knows how to heal, and with guidance, we can learn modalities that allow us to live and thrive in ways we dream about. The Vibration of Grace ushers us to our limitless power by sourcing the inexhaustible presence of sound.

    Here, we are taken on an unparalleled guided immersion with vocalist and sound healer gina Breedlove, who has practiced, shared, and lived this wisdom for decades. With beautiful lyrical prose, she shows us how to find our authentic voice and use it for healing and emotional and spiritual growth.

    Breedlove’s transformational insights draw on rituals of soul retrieval, vibrational healing, and intention setting, with twelve chapters of instruction on sound rituals, affirmations, and meditation practices that can be done singly, with a partner, or in a group.

    These concepts are revealed by the spirit of Grace, the energetic entity that has lovingly supported Breedlove on her path since her childhood. Throughout the work, we are gifted with lessons that “root us in our humanness, centering the self as a place of sanctuary and personal sovereignty. This can give us true freedom—domain over our thoughts, body, words, and actions.”

    Now readers everywhere have the chance to learn directly from Breedlove, with The Vibration of Grace.

  • PRE-ORDER: Playing a New Game: A Black Woman's Guide to Being Well and Thriving in the Workplace

    by Tammy Lewis Wilborn, PhD

    $18.99

    PRE-ORDER: On Sale Date: March 25, 2025

    Drawing on first-hand clinical insight and scientific research, Dr. Wilborn offers much-needed advice on how women of color can be high-performing and successful professionally, without sacrificing their physical, mental, and emotional wellness. 

    Black and brown women have been making profound strides in leadership and professional achievement, despite facing the added hurdles of both sexism and racism in the workplace. But so often, excelling at work comes at the expense of their wellness: the chronic stressors and demands on Black women can result in negative physical health outcomes such as sleep disturbance, hypertension, and diabetes, and negative mental health outcomes including anxiety and depression. We cannot talk about career advancement for Black and brown women without talking about strategies that promote their total wellbeing.

    Playing a New Game offers women a new way forward, in which ambition and wellness can not only coexist, but bolster each other. With insights from her 20 years of professional counseling experience and extensive research, mental health expert Dr. Tammy Wilborn expands the dialogue on BIPOC women’s experiences of race and gender stereotypes at work, exploring them as a wellness issue.  Through her evidence-based best practices that promote self-care and self-empowerment as necessary tools for professional success, Black and brown women can flip the script by prioritizing their wellness even as they advance professionally. 
  • Whole Medicine : A Guide to Ethics and Harm-Reduction for Psychedelic Therapy and Plant Medicine Communities

    by Rebecca Martinez with Juliette Mohr

    $19.95

    The first book to provide a comprehensive framework for ethical psychedelic medicine—for therapists, trip sitters, and anyone concerned about upholding boundaries and safety in the entheogen and plant medicine community

    Psychedelic advisor Rebecca Martinez lays out the groundwork for an ethical approach to 21st-century psychedelic therapy. Applying a social-justice lens to entheogenic practice, Martinez provides practical guidance for psychedelic sitters, advocates, explorers, and those practicing (or learning to practice) licensed psychedelic therapy.

    As psychedelics become a more accessible pathway to healing, how do practitioners—and seekers—navigate complex issues in a wide range of settings? Here, you’ll learn skills like:

    • Understanding consent and boundaries
    • Building safe and ethical psychedelic experiences
    • How to integrate the cultural and historical contexts of plant medicines
    • Considering the psychological risks and benefits of psychedelic therapy
    • How to apply a social-justice lens to entheogenic healing

    Martinez also discusses how, in many corners of the psychedelic community, an overemphasis on positivity can overwhelm attempts to challenge abuses of power; dismantle internalized hierarchies; and acknowledge and integrate our own flaws and traumas.
  • Digital Money Demystified: Go From Cash to Crypto® Safely, Legally, and Confidently

    by Tonya M. Evans

    $24.99

    Illegal? A fad? A scam? Unregulated? What is Cryptocurrency?

    Digital Money Demystified is an expertly researched, engaging, and informative guide that separates fact from fiction in the wild world of crypto by tackling the most common myths of this emerging asset class.  

    With well-sourced data and facts, and “ripped from the headlines” examples about the promise and pitfalls of crypto assets, well-respected legal, policy, and crypto education expert Dr. Tonya M. Evans, tackles misinformation and fear, uncertainty, and doubt (aka FUD) to right-size the conversation with an economic empowerment and financial inclusion approach to the decentralized web’s future of work, wealth, and creativity. 

    Digital Money Demystified empowers investors and future-forward business owners to go from "crypto curious" to confident while avoiding the scammers, carnival barkers, and status quo hawkers. This is the right book in the right voice at the right time.

  • Bang!: Masturbation for People of All Genders and Abilities (2nd Edition)

    by Vic Liu

    $17.95

    Expanded second edition of this instant classic with a foreword by adrienne maree brown

    Masturbation is one of life's great pleasures. It helps build self-knowledge, foster body awareness, and expand your sexual repertoire, no partner required. Anyone can use masturbation to explore their relationship to their body, desires, and pleasure. This joyful, unique book centers people of color, queer people, disabled people, sex workers, and other often underrepresented voices to bring an informative and beautiful perspective to self-love. Inside, you'll find sections on:

    • Masturbation myths shattered for good, with history and data analysis
    • Techniques-physical and emotional-for finding solo pleasure
    • A guide to buying sex toys and supporting feminist sex shops
    • Tips by and for transgender masturbators
    • Logistical advice and encouragement by and for wheelchair users
    • Guidance for teaching your kids healthy, safe attitudes about masturbation
    • Wisdom about giving pleasure to your aging body
    • Advice for working through internalized masturbation stigma and building a friendship with your genitalia
    Discover and share the joys of unpartnered sex with this beautifully designed, empathetic, practical, and fun guide.

    The second edition includes writing and illustrations by Vic Liu, Dirty Lola, Ev'Yan Whitney, Elle Stanger, Heather Corinna, Nina Chausow, Alex Tait, Clare Edgeman, Leah Holmes, Sam Dusing, Patrick Wiedeman, Rebecca Bedell, Lafayette Matthews, Andrew Gurza, and Angus Andrews, with a foreword by adrienne maree brown.
  • It's Always Been Ours : Rewriting the Story of Black Women’s Bodies

    Jessica Wilson

    $29.00

    *Ships in 7-10 business days*

    In It’s Always Been Ours eating disorder specialist and storyteller Jessica Wilson challenges us to rethink what having a "good" body means in contemporary society. By centering the bodies of Black women in her cultural discussions of body image, food, health, and wellness, Wilson argues that we can interrogate white supremacy’s hold on us and reimagine the ways we think about, discuss, and tend to our bodies.

    A narrative that spans the year of racial reckoning (that wasn't), It’s Always Been Ours is an incisive blend of historical documents, contemporary writing, and narratives of clients, friends, and celebrities that examines the politics of body liberation. Wilson argues that our culture’s fixation on thin, white women reinscribes racist ideas about Black women's bodies and ways of being in the world as "too much." For Wilson, this white supremacist, capitalist undergirding in wellness movements perpetuates a culture of respectability and restriction that force Black women to perform unhealthy forms of resilience and strength at the expense of their physical and psychological needs.

    With just the right mix of wit, levity, and wisdom, Wilson shows us how a radical reimagining of body narratives is a prerequisite to well-being. It’s Always Been Ours is a love letter that celebrates Black women’s bodies and shows us a radical and essential path forward to rediscovering their vulnerability and joy.

  • Make Money Move: A Guide to Financial Wellness

    by Lauren Simmons

    $25.00

    The popular host of the Money Moves podcast and youngest person ever to trade on the New York Stock Exchange provides winning tips for women to help them shift their financial mindset, become confident about their money, set them on a path to financial security, and live their best lives.

    “Seventy three percent of Americans ranked their finances as the number one cause of stress in their lives. But financial wellness can have a positive effect on your entire life. Not only when it comes to money and finances, but the quality and ease of how you live. Financial wellness means freedom for your body and freedom for your mind. Financial stress can also cause the breakdown of relationships. But it doesn’t have to be that way.”—Lauren Simmons

    In 2017, when she was only twenty-two, Lauren Simmons became the youngest full-time female trader at the New York Stock Exchange, and the second African American woman in the Exchange's 228-year history to hold such a position. Driven by a passion for empowering women, Millennials, Gen Zs, and minorities to become more financially savvy, she now shares her experience and knowledge in this savvy financial guide.

    Simmons brings a fresh perspective to personal finance: she is a young African American woman with an understanding of how to increase wealth and an awareness of generational and cultural barriers—such an income inequity—that can hold people back from taking financial risks. In her warm, down-to-earth voice, Simmons makes confusing topics easy to understand. She breaks down the pros and cons of buying stocks and Treasuries, explains how to maximize your 401K opportunities even in challenging economic times, advises how to grapple with student loans, and helps you break family cycles when dealing (or not) with debt.

    Simmons helps a new generation and others who have been overlooked learn how to take care of their money—so their money can take care of them, today and tomorrow.

  • The Other: How to Own Your Power at Work as a Woman of Color

    by Daniela Pierre-Bravo

    $18.99

    *ships in 7-10 business days*

    Do you know that feeling of "not belonging" when you have so much to say at a work meeting? Of being a "yes-girl" but getting passed up for promotions?

    For women of color and children of immigrants, who are the “the other” at work, there's a different threshold of belonging that creates a false feeling of inadequacy. It can lead to being overwhelmed, overworked, and overlooked. The Other shatters the unspoken expectations for you to stay in your lane and gives you the tools to build unshakable confidence and a career that excels--on your own terms.  

    Bestselling author and MSNBC reporter Daniela-Pierre Bravo spent many years undocumented and in the shadows as an immigrant from Chile, working odd jobs to pay her way through school. Like many other women of color she became an expert shape shifter in order to chameleon her way around professional environments that felt out of reach. When Daniela became a DACA recipient, she finally felt that she’d made it, rising through the ranks in her career. But she quickly realized that no matter how much success she achieved, she always felt she had to prove her worth as “the other.”

    In The Other, Daniela shares her journey and those of other women to help you recognize your power in the workplace outside of the white gaze. She drives you to reshape the way you think about career advancement without losing your sense of identity and helps you see how to use your differences as an advantage. Smart, revealing, and loaded with practical steps, The Other is a framework for how to effectively advocate for yourself, become your biggest believer, claim the spaces in your career that are rightfully yours.
     

  • The Wealth Decision: 10 Simple Steps to Achieve Financial Freedom and Build Generational Wealth by Dominique Broadway
    $27.99

    An eye-opening roadmap for becoming a millionaire and building the foundation of generational wealth from a self-made, first-generation multimillionaire.

    Demystify the path to wealth once and for all with Dominique Broadway’s unique strategy for taking control of your finances and becoming a millionaire. Based on simple steps and small decisions that build upon each other that anyone can execute (even those who have never had money or who face debt), The Wealth Decision includes:

    -What orange juice has to do with building wealth (hint: it’s about wanting the good stuff)
    -Strategies for spending your way to wealth
    -One single question to determine if you’re on top of your money
    -How to avoid saving your way to debt
    -A road map to score higher on your credit score
    -Dominique’s framework for picking the best investments for you
    -What insurance has to do with your legacy

    Written with millennials and Gen Zers in mind, The Wealth Decision first shows you how to make that one decision to be wealthy. It then takes you through the most important decisions you need to live a life of financial freedom and ensuing strategies to build generational wealth and become a millionaire. Worksheets, resources, visuals, quizzes, and graphs bring Dominique’s strategies to life. With information on everything from crypto to day-trading to modern financial trends, The Wealth Decision is a must-have for anyone looking to up-level their financial situation.

  • The Playbook: 52 Rules to Aim, Shoot, and Score in This Game Called Life by Kwame Alexander
    $8.99

    From New York Times best-selling author and Newbury Medal–winner Kwame Alexander, comes this motivational playbook filled with poetry and uplifting life lessons that inspired a generation of young readers and the rules featured in the Disney+ The Crossover TV show.

    What can we imagine for our lives? What if we were the star players, moving and grooving through the game of life? What if we had our own rules of the game to help us get what we want, what we aspire to, what will enrich our lives?

    Illustrated with photographs by Thai Neave, The Playbook is intended to provide inspiration on the court of life. Each rule contains wisdom from inspiring athletes and role models such as Nelson Mandela, Serena Williams, LeBron James, Carli Lloyd, Steph Curry, and Michelle Obama. Kwame Alexander also shares his own stories of overcoming obstacles and winning games in this motivational and inspirational book for readers of any age and for anyone needing a little bit of encouragement.

    You gotta know the rules to play the game. Ball is life. Take it to the hoop. Soar.

  • The Body Liberation Project: How Understanding Racism and Diet Culture Helps Cultivate Joy and Build Collective Freedom by Chrissy King
    $28.00

    *Ships in 7-10 business days*

    From author and Instagram personality Chrissy King, an exciting, genre-redefining narrative mix of memoir, inspiration, and specific exercises and prompts, with timely messages about social and racial justice, and how the world needs to move beyond body positivity to something even more exciting and revolutionary—body liberation.

    Simply said, diet culture is rooted in white supremacy. The notion that those who fall outside of Eurocentric standards of beauty (think Black, fat, trans, etc.) are less attractive is a message that is transmitted daily from multiple external forces or social institutions (e.g., church, government, business industries, media, and family/peer groups). Body image and beauty standards can only be truly understood within a framework of interlocking systems of “isms” – (e.g., racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism).

    While it’s challenging for everyone, it’s even more complicated for those living in marginalized bodies. That being said, the solution isn’t body acceptance or even body positivity. Those may be an important part of the journey, but the answer is . . . body liberation, with the recognition that none of us are free unless all of us are free.

    The Body Liberation Project is about just that. It’s about finding actual freedom in our bodies, through finding strength and the aspects of fitness that work for YOU. It’s about understanding that the goal is not to look at our bodies and love everything that we see. It’s to understand that at our essence we are so much more than our bodies. But it’s also about recognizing the harsh realities that prohibit some people from being able to do that.

  • Blend

    by Mashonda Tifrere

    $18.00

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    A wise and inspiring guide to creating a happy and healthy blended family by Mashonda Tifrere with contributions from her co-parents--Swizz Beatz and his wife, Grammy-Award winning singer and songwriter Alicia Keys.

    In January 2010, founder of ArtLeadHer Mashonda Tifrere and
    legendary record producer Swizz Beatz finalized their divorce. When Swizz married award-winning singer/songwriter Alicia Keys, a new dynamic was born--three adults who loved and were deeply committed to raising Mashonda and Swizz's four-year old son Kasseem. In Blend, Tifrere draws on the insights they gained from their journey as well as advice from family therapists, parenting experts, and other blending families, to provide an invaluable resource for blended families.

    Statistics show that one in three Americans is now a step-parent, stepchild, step-sibling or other member of a blended family. The number of first time marriages or romantic relationships that end in divorce or breakups and the high percentage of remarriages and new relationships that involve children demand a unique, life-affirming approach to processing the end of one relationship and the rebirth of a new familial dynamic with the well-being of children at its center. In this book, Tifrere shares intimate details on how she and her co-parents used communication, patience and love to create an environment where they were able to work as a team and all the children involved could thrive.

    Blend will inspire a generation of families.

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