My 10 Books/Must See's to share for November!
GirlTrek's Black History Bootcamp 3.0
Register for this 21-day bootcamp. I love it! I'm doing it! Listen to the last bootcamp on prayer. And if you already did it, do it again. Check it out on spotify linked here.
Black Thought Project created by Alicia Walters
Love this and a beautiful exploration. "The Black Thought Project transforms cities into sanctuaries for Black thought." This is one of by favorite things. Check out her podcast with Priya Parker "Center Blackness: A World Re-imagined."
In Search of Black History with Bonnie Greer
Only from Audible
"Bonnie Greer uncovers the lives of people of African descent that don't fit with the accepted history of Western Civilisation we've traditionally been taught."
Four Threats: The Recurring Crises of American Democracy
by Suzanne Mettler and Robert C. Lieberman
We just had the pleasure of hearing Dr. Suzanne Mettler along with Dr. Deondra Rose at our October Equitable Dinners event. An urgent, historically-grounded take on the four major factors that undermine American democracy, and what we can do to address them.
Amazing Grace Aretha Franklin
Documentary on Hulu
I'm a singer and I love beautiful voices. If you love Aretha Franklin, you will love this documentary...hearing the silkiness of her voice and watching history in the making with this filming of her album Amazing Grace at The New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in 1972.
"The Weight of the Cape" on Facebook and Instagram
Come on ladies...this is a must, to hear these women sharing their journey as black women. I love this series by my friend and colleague, Terra Gay. Check it out on Facebook facebook.com/theweightofthecape
I Am Not Your Negro Documentary on Netflix
Still in my Top 10 and I've watched it over and over. His words are so poignant.
Talk and Walk A Children's Guide to Racial Justice
Created and Developed by Terra Gay
Collaborative project of Atlanta Theatre community for kids to learn racial justice. Check it out here.
Nollywood on Netflix
Ok I'm officially addicted to Nollywood. I love watching people who look like me in acting, directing, writing engaging stories. It's a unique experience.
Mandalorian on Disney Plus
Yes, this is one of my favorite shows. and it's back for Season 2. Who can resist!