Finding Her Voice (eBook)
Black girls living in predominantly White environments face unique challenges on the road to adulthood. In Finding Her Voice, three racial justice experts and advocates offer Black teen girls important self-empowerment skills, and provide activities and exercises to help teen readers challenge dominant culture, cultivate self-compassion, and build resilience in a world filled with microaggressions and discrimination.
“A how-to book to encourage and empower Black teenage girls.”—Kirkus ReviewsFind the strength and confidence needed to speak up, be heard, and assert yourself in a world filled with microaggressions and discrimination.Have you experienced stress, frustration, anger, or sadness as a Black girl in a predominantly White space? Have there been times when you were the only Black voice to speak up in class or in a social situation? Maybe you have felt lonely as the only Black person in a group.Unfortunately, you are far from alone. However, there are steps you can take to build self-empowerment, develop skills to address microaggressions, and explore your feelings and experiences in a meaningful way. This workbook can help you get started. Written by three powerful women who are lifelong advocates for racial justice, Finding Her Voice provides activities and exercises to help you challenge dominant culture, cultivate self-compassion and self-confidence, and build resilience in a world still filled with microaggressions and discrimination. You’ll learn how to navigate awkward or difficult situations at school, with friends, and on social media.You’ll also find real stories from other teens who share your experiences. By reading about situations faced by other Black girls in White spaces and responding to the critical questions and exercises in the workbook, you’ll learn to recognize and address some of the challenges unique to the Black girl experience.Finally, you’ll learn to strengthen your wonderful sense of self and own your power, and discover ways to share your amazing gifts with the world.
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