My Sister's Veil

My Sister s Veil takes a piercing look into the root of the self hatred, self destruction, and self medication among African Americans My Sister s Veil unfolds through the love and life lessons of three young African American ladies coming of age in the same housing complex The Whittenhall Projects Their only saving grace is the thin veil in their eyes which teaches themMy Sister s Veil takes a piercing look into the root of the self hatred, self destruction, and self medication among African Americans My Sister s Veil unfolds through the love and life lessons of three young African American ladies coming of age in the same housing complex The Whittenhall Projects Their only saving grace is the thin veil in their eyes which teaches them each a revealing lesson about their community and their circumstances Tina Douglas learns early in life that she is despised because of the deep ebony hue of her skin With a life altering lesson from the veil, she overturns the self hatred she learns from her taunters and administers a healing dose of medication to her community Terri McDaniels finds that she is constantly accused of being stuck up and high minded based on her light skin tone She rejects the racism and finds the key to trust and acceptance after her lessons from the veil reveals the self destruction among a people she longs to embrace Toni Patterson s fear of loss and lonliness pushes her out of her comfort zone and into a new life style, after several trials and losses in her life She finds her own power after her veil teaches her that the gratification of expensive clothes and cars are not truely healing Open the pages of My Sister s Veil and open your soul.
My Sister s Veil My Sister s Veil takes a piercing look into the root of the self hatred self destruction and self medication among African Americans My Sister s Veil unfolds through the love and life lessons of thr

  • Title: My Sister's Veil
  • Author: K.C. Marshall
  • ISBN: 9781436325691
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “My Sister's Veil”

    1. This book displays the courage of three African-American women traveling along their journey through life. These women own similar characteristics that hinder success--self-destruction, self-hatred and substance abuse. These three characteristics cripple a soul forcing the negative self-image to prevail planting the seed in the cycle of poverty. This book left me breathless but refreshed on some level. The issues the author addresses are some that I feel personally affects the current status of [...]

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