Pretty For a Black Girl!
Pretty can be a loaded term. “Pretty for a Black Girl: Compliment or Insult?” are the reflections of Aisha Curry as she presents her own thoughts of ideas on the fate of young womankind of all races and creed. There’s an innate prejudice in all of us she writes, and the only way to overcome it is to face it head on. “Pretty for a Black Girl” is of recommended reading for any young woman who wants to be more than just a pretty face. – Midwest Book Review
The Miseducation of Love
This was a great perspective on how women have been “trained” on receiving love. A lot of what we see is based on the wrong thing and it is so important for us to learn the right things. Aisha did a wonderful job in relating the characters to our everyday lives. I saw myself in each of the women and it highlighted what I need to work on. Being able to receive love is paramount, if you want to give it. – Chante Truscott/ CEO of Wives in Waiting