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The African Diaspora and the Root of Black Family Violence: Excerpts of an Interview with an African, Indigenous and American Family Violence Prevention Advocate

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The African Diaspora and the Root of  Black Family Violence:  Excerpts of an Interview with an  African, Indigenous and American Family Violence Prevention Advocate cover image The African Diaspora and the Root of  Black Family Violence:  Excerpts of an Interview with an  African, Indigenous and American Family Violence Prevention Advocate cover image The African Diaspora and the Root of  Black Family Violence:  Excerpts of an Interview with an  African, Indigenous and American Family Violence Prevention Advocate cover image
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by: Alice L. Belcher
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Publication Date: February 2, 2020
Book Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
Pages: 36
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
I was inspired to write this book during the month of February. February in America is its National Black History Month. In keeping with the tradition of recalling the African American story during this month of special recognition, I thought it appropriate that I should include my own history as an African, Indigenous, and American Woman. Exploring the African Diaspora and its impact on the descendants of the Salt- Water-African trafficked here, I wanted to speak to what I know about how we became a “blended” African-American culture living under European construct, and how it impacts many of our lives today.

Dr. Belcher is a published author of other works in The Alice Belcher Family Violence Library: Family Violence Prevention for the African American Community. She is also a culturally responsive Community Educator who wrote and delivered the first Family (Domestic) Violence Advocate Certification Cohort curriculum for the voluntary certification of domestic violence advocates, ever to be offered at any institution of higher education in the State of Wisconsin. Dr. Belcher is currently completing her Ph.D. in Leadership for the Advance of Learning and Service.
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Alice L. Belcher is currently completing her Ph.D. in Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service. She is bestowed the Honorary Doctorate in Divinity, and she has earned both the Master of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees.

Proceeds from this book go to assist family violence survivors and victims families.
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