Shout Mammy Shout: Where The Thunder Hides

March 16, 2014 trubup



This book is a potluck dinner of essays, ghetto-tales and poetic insights into the exquisite richness of being Black in White America. Within the multitude of fallacies spawned by political correctness, liberals and conservatives alike often ask, “What’s black got to do with it? When are you people gonna get over yourselves?” In today’s enlightened era where the use of the word Mammy is considered an embarrassment, where ‘shoutin’ in church’ is not done by “Educated Negroes”, and where the subtle power of hairnet wearing school lunch ladies is ignored… Yolantha Harrison-Pace has extracted from her journals a bodacious buffet from her heritage, fittingly entitled, Shout, Mammy, Shout!!! Where the Thunder Hides. This second edition release is the sequel journal to Wing-Plucked Butterfly, her first book about her journey out of domestic violence. Shout, Mammy, Shout!!! Where the Thunder Hides is a deeper look into the value of women and their gift as a life source. Nobody is anybody alone. … Shout, Mammy, Shout!!! embraces the feminine power bestowed on Ms Pace by the two most important men in her life for whom this book is dedicated: her father Raphael Harrison, Sr. and her grandfather, Professor E.H. Henry.

Product Details

Paperback: 226 pages
Publisher: TrubuPRESS; 2 edition (February 19, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0615974937
ISBN-13: 978-0615974934
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 12.5 ounces

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