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Sista Speaks to YOUNG BLACK GIRLS By Tina Clark
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Your amber tone Glows beautifully Underneath the dancing of the Candle flame How did you come to be so gorgeous? Your chocolate skin Melts Beneath the shadow of the Moonlight How did you... More > become So Magnificent The muscles in your back The strength in your thighs Glisten Over the sun How did you Become To be so……< Less
THE MISTRESS part I By Tina Clark
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The Mistress is a three part collection of erotica poems
Sista Speaks to YOUNG BLACK GIRLS By Tina Clark
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Your amber tone Glows beautifully Underneath the dancing of the Candle flame How did you come to be so gorgeous? Your chocolate skin Melts Beneath the shadow of the Moonlight How did you... More > become So Magnificent The muscles in your back The strength in your thighs Glisten Over the sun How did you Become To be so……< Less
THE MISTRESS part I By Tina Clark
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The Mistress is a three part collection of erotica poems
And People Gon' Talk So Let em' Say; a collective blend of poetry By Tina Clark
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And people gon’ talk so let em’ say…. I’ve been lied on and lied to It’s not that much I haven’t been through I have been beaten up And torn down And still hold... More > my head high When I walk around People gon’ talk about me So they might as well say That I am a strong woman I have had so many heartaches And many heartbreaks Sometimes I could not see the light of day People gon’ talk about me anyway So they might as well say That I am a strong woman I have cried in my pillow many nights Survived fights many nights That I should have died in many nights Many nights I should have died As I wait on death People gon’ waste their breath talking about me So they might as well say How strong I am And people gon’ say..< Less
A Sista Speaks: Words of Encouragement for the young Black Male By Tina Clark
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Thee Unknown (Originally written in 1992) I see the blood Run down his thighs Bow his head Close his eyes Tighten his jaw Unlock his fist One more tear He can’t resist There he stands Face to... More > face Deliberately allowing The other race To snatch his soul From beneath his hand Every word spoken He can’t understand We often sit Like cripple leaves He annihilates Us So he can be At ease He’s mad as hell At the other side For molesting him From all his pride He walks in danger Nigh and day Some of us Go astray He screams for us But we can’t hear We’re too far to help Too scared to come near He steps on ground Leading straight to hell Yesterday disappeared with TODAY’S BLACK MALE< Less
How To Home School your African American Child By Tina Clark
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This book is not only geared towards empowering the lives of African American children, but any child regardless of race or creed. I emphasize “African American” only because a mass... More > proportion of “our” history “our” people and “our” struggles and triumphs remain absent in most scholastic lessons undoubtfully, “we” people of color have overcome several injustices, but even in a nation where we now have a minority as Chief of Justice, it’s our young African American boys that continue to lead the highest population of dropouts, it’s our African American men that even at the age of 30 on 75% reads and comprehends at a eighth grade level, it’s our African American girls that formulate 65% of teenage pregnancies and we “Black women” continue to lead the highest numbers for sexually transmitted diseases. Children emulate what they see; they re-produce what they’ve learned.< Less
How To Home School your African American Child By Tina Clark
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This book is not only geared towards empowering the lives of African American children, but any child regardless of race or creed. I emphasize “African American” only because a mass... More > proportion of “our” history “our” people and “our” struggles and triumphs remain absent in most scholastic lessons undoubtfully, “we” people of color have overcome several injustices, but even in a nation where we now have a minority as Chief of Justice, it’s our young African American boys that continue to lead the highest population of dropouts, it’s our African American men that even at the age of 30 on 75% reads and comprehends at a eighth grade level, it’s our African American girls that formulate 65% of teenage pregnancies and we “Black women” continue to lead the highest numbers for sexually transmitted diseases. Children emulate what they see; they re-produce what they’ve learned.< Less

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