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Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough (2024) is an anthology offering a psychosocial examination of the impact of chewing and digesting the negative societal messages about Blacks passed from generation to generation. These negative connotations impact the overall quality of life for Black men, women, and youth, as well as the community at large. This anthology also includes a look at the systemic structure of racism, the agencies used to create disparities for Black quality of life and resulting behaviors that have had a generational impact on the Black psyche, motivations, and behaviors. This anthology provides many illustrative examples to explain the psychosocial impact of racial oppression and methods to counter the generational damages.


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& all sales are final. Current orders come with the Initial Limited Edition, Explicit Cover and Content.

The Steps I Took

The Steps I Took (2013) is an interactive workbook text for students 13 years of age and older, interested in learning strategies to enhance opportunities for scholarship, higher education, and career obtainment. It is a resource for students regardless of whether or not they have decided on an academic or career interest. The strategies contained in this workbook also provide a mechanism for early planning, solutions to an array of questions first generational students may have about career options and illustrative examples that will provide students a platform to prepare for their next level of academic study. This workbook aids in facilitating out of the box thinking, leading students to develop strategies to soar beyond societal limitations!


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Letters to the Black Community

Letters to the Black Community (2012 & update 2018) focuses on generational experiences of racial oppression within the Black Community and its development of the illness, internalized oppression. Internalized oppression is a byproduct of the systemic structures of racism that negatively impact the Black psyche, communal energies, and overall interpersonal relationships within the Black community. In Letters to the Black Community, Dr. Griffin discusses an array of ways the symptoms of internalized oppression manifest within the community, but she also offers general solutions to combat this maladaptive phenomenon.


- Please note: large orders are limited to 25 copies

& all sales are final -

Please Note: All Book Sales Are Final

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