It Takes A Village: Book Giveaway

- Available for pick-up on Wednesday June 2.

 

How do you instill enough self-love in your children that it will buoy them when racial hatred threatens to pull them under? This is the challenge for parents of black children, and the aim of “Breathe: A Letter to My Sons,” by Imani Perry.

Mother's Day may be on May 9th, but we celebrate the women who raised and shaped us every day--especially during the month of May. On Friday, May 14, we're hosting a special book giveaway in honor of Mother's Day--a book written by and for Mothers. Register today to reserve your copy of Imani Perry's book, Breathe: A Letter to My Sons, a deeply cathartic and resonant book for parents attempting to raise their children with intention and integrity. Imani Perry is an American interdisciplinary scholar of race, law, literature, and African-American culture. She is currently the Hughes-Rogers Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University. 

Registration for this event is required. Contact Miss Nikki for more information at (708) 748-3731 ext 31.

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