Who roller skates down the hallway, almost crashing into the family dog, before landing in a pile of pillows?
Who hides bags of Hershey chocolate bars, Skittles, bubble gum and Jolly Ranchers in her backpack, behind a rocking chair and underneath her bed?
Who enjoys tormenting her older sister Aria by sneaking into her room? Swiping lip gloss. Hiding the TV remote.
It’s Bria – the candy-eating, lipstick-wearing, Barbie-loving 5-year-old kid who is fearless. Except when it comes to bugs. Bria does NOT like bugs.
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Meet Bria, the roller-skating, Barbie-loving, candy-eating, lipstick-wearing , sibling-tormenting 5-year-old kid who is fearless. Except when it comes to bugs. Bria does NOT like bugs.
Greatness lives in Aria. But friends don’t believe it. The world can’t see it. Will the little black girl embrace her crown or will she surrender and settle?
I am Aria
Aria is smart, strong and gifted. Yet the world’s portrait of Black girls is different. Who will Aria believe? Her choice determines her destiny.
Aria's Rockin' Poufs
Aria wants to straighten her kinky, coily, curly hair. But is her desire really about hair. Or is the little brown-skinned girl trying to change herself to fit in and follow the crowd?
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Affirmations for Young Souls
Affirmations for Young Souls is a series of powerful statements that encourage African-American youths to decide who they are and force the world to deal with it.
We have the right to be seen. To be heard. To learn about the indisputable contributions our ancestors made to build this country.
Do you hear their heartbeat? Can you feel their thirst for freedom in a strange land? Can you imagine how their tears and the sweat of their brow watered seeds of unborn hope?
Contact author Bettinita Harris at email@example.com for pricing and availability. Pricing starts at $15 for sets of 30 affirmations.
Royalty runs through your veins
The task was simple. Visit elementary schools in Philadelphia. Read "Aria's Crown" to students and deliver a message that could change lives:
In a world where black skin is seen as a threat,
In a world that outlaws kinky hair,
I see you in a world that does not.
I know the history. I know the sacrifice.
Royalty runs through your veins.