GRIFFIN, Ga. – Echoes of Black Womanhood written by Nettie Elizabeth Johnson is a diverse book everyone should read. One of the few, to positively introduce children and adults to diverse stories and characters. And regardless of how young or old you are, it is important to talk about struggling our society when you have not had the challenges.
Johnson shares the ups and downs of her life and the choices she has made, the influences she has caused, the obstacles she has lived through. In her biopic, Johnson includes the chronological and reflective memories of living her life in Chicago, re-telling one of the most powerful and inspiring fights for freedom that occurred during the 1950s and 1960s, when African-Americans rallied together to fight segregation, voter suppression, and other injustices.
Echoes of Black Womanhood is like a step into history and addresses a myriad of topics which include the complicated cause and effect of the Civil Rights Movement as well as the Feminist Movement in short but fact-packed pages. It is an empowering guide that offers readers the tools they need to overcome the limitations of society and achieve their full potential. Through her poignant writing, Johnson inspires everyone to embrace their race and their natural ability to take charge of their lives with grace and confidence.
“Echoes of Black Womanhood” by Nettie Elizabeth Johnson
Kindle | $8.00
Paperback | $8.12
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers
About the Author
Nettie Johnson graduated high school early and went straight to college. Working and raising her family, after being divorced, moved out of Chicago. Johnson loves art, dancing, reading, and her sorority.
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