I AM ROYALTY!
Dec 20, 2010 – I Am Royalty is a series of biographical anthologies that are compiled to serve as bridges throughout many different communities. The purposes of these bridges are to close gaps that are left in our communities and create productive routes for the people live within them.
Over 70 Black/African-American Men and Women have come together to bring Volumes 1 and 2 of I Am Royalty to life, but we have over 30 more Black/African-American Men and Women that have shown the same form of common-unity to create Volume 3 which will immediately follow Volume 2.
Volume 2 of I Am Royalty includes the stories of Michael Conliffe, Beverly Black Johnson, Allysha Hamber, Tiffany A. Flowers, Patricia Neely-Dorsey, Angelique Goliday, Paulette Harper-Johnson, Renita M Walker, Lance Scurvin, Tina Michelle Boursiquo, Jennifer Price, Brandy Adamson, Debra Ann Brown-Davis, Henry Campbell, Moreen Forte’, Peggi Trusty, Tiffany Willis, Diana Johnson-Gray, James Bird Guess, Anna Black, Fiordaliza Charles, Glenda A. Wallace, Richard C Jones, Gwendolyn King, Jacqueline Tyecise McDuffie, Shrisma Smith, Tasonn Haynes, Takesha Howard, Sheila L. Jackson, Barbara Grovner, Sharon Newkirk Wells, Hernando Flowers,Sheniqua Wallace, Shemeiah “Mia” Bonds, Taneka Dorch, Charron Monaye & Emmanuel Brown.
Our mission is to take these stories into places that need positive light and spread these lights into some of darkest areas. We will share our stories throughout schools, churches, community groups, and throughout the streets to begin recruiting our youth for productive activities.
We have collaborated with Black/African-American Men and Women that represent different backgrounds, upbringings, fields of business, and options (for the future) that can be followed.
Please pick a copy today and share these stories with the youth that you come in contact with. Contact us for quantity discount pricing.
I Am Royalty
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I Am Royalty is a series of biographical anthologies that are compiled to serve as bridges throughout many different communities. The purposes of these bridges are to close gaps that are left in our communities.