Our stories, our knowledge, our perspectives, Our Truths need to be shared. Black Women are writing more books than ever before but sadly, many of those books exist only on laptops and in personal notebooks. A recent survey revealed that 79% of the publishing industry self-report as white. That means that when you look at authors, agents, and publishers, most haven't had the same experiences that Black women across this country experience daily and therefore may not understand the nuances of our unique intersectionality.
Our Truths Publishing was created to ensure Black women's stories, knowledge and expertise are shared with the world. Check out our most recent titles below.
A bit of humor goes a long way in helping people buy into tough concepts and this book proves that! Would the world be better if we were all alike? Revealing the downsides of the diversity that most people try to ignore (yes, you read that title correctly... we're talking about the downsides of diversity) provides the reader with an honest, no holds barred discussion about diversity that most people try to avoid. If we’re honest, we all know that diversity, equity, inclusion, access, and social justice have become buzz words these days and like many industry buzz words, not everyone agrees on their meaning or value. This book offers a unique perspective that is sure to get everyone talking about what diversity truly adds (or takes away) from an organization. It is a great starting point to get your entire organization or team on the same page about all aspects of diversity.
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"No black woman writer in this culture can write ‘too much.’ Indeed, no woman writer can write ‘too much’…No woman has ever written enough."