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BOOK SIGNING:
11 REASONS TO BECOME RACE LITERATE
by Milagros Phillips


July 10
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Race literacy changes everything.
The benefits of race literacy far outweigh the consequences.
Benefits such as:
-An emotionally and physically healthier society
-Less race stress and fragility
-A richer economy, are just a few.


Starting with REASON 1 – Relieve Stress and Fragility; through REASON 11 – It Sets Us Free, 11 REASONS TO BECOME RACE LITERATE: A pocket guide to a new conversation, leads its readers through a journey of rediscovery of self, our communities and our nation. Written to be read in under an hour, this book sparks new thoughts and conversations leading to new ways of seeing this very important topic.


Available on Amazon in paperback and e-book at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FSLT0FG
E-book ASIN: B01FSLT0FG Paperback: ISBN-13: 978-1533402622


Readers’ Comments
“Rarely will I find a book that excels in message while also succeeding in brevity.”
“This is a powerful book with a very important message.”
“This book is not just useful, it is absolutely necessary.”
“As an educator, I am particularly grateful and inspired!”
“This is a hugely powerful little book!”
“This is a quick read, but the words will stay with you forever.”


About the Author: Milagros Phillips has spent the last 25 years bringing race literacy to national leaders, colleges, universities, corporations, and non-profits with her seminars and programs. She is a speaker, a seminar leader and developer, and a corporate consultant

 

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