Our Truth Is Not A Lie: Our Vision, Voice, and Black are all powerful, Chanel Spencer
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Synopsis

”Our Truth Is Not A Lie” is an audio and e-book with 18 compelling stories about the black experience. There are often times our experiences are suppressed and unaddressed. When we share our truths, it is either disregarded or minimized. Our Truth is Not A Lie, and you will hear us loud and clear. Our voices, visions, and black are ALL powerful and beautiful. We deserve to more than matter. We have all worked extremely hard to change the narrative and build a legacy. Listen to our stories.

The Visionary Author, Chanel Spencer, is the CEO and Founder of Maximum Evolution and ME Publishing. Her mission with this book is to impact lives and provide a platform for her amazing contributing authors to share their stories. Often, we suffer in silence. We need to understand that we are valuable, worthy, and extraordinary people. We all have greatness and significance in this world, no matter who says or treats you any differently. Our Contributors are all powerhouse-game changers. Danielle Batiste, Dr. Deena C. Brown, Yvonne Brown, Lentheus Chaney, Jodi Ann Clarke, Martha Davidson, Cassandra Elliott, Pamela Garrison, Kettia Green, Chris Lee, Sharon Nisbett, Sharon Nisbett, Taniesha Ramsey-Lane, Patrick Stanley, Vernae Taylor, Lavar Thomas, and Kilimanjaro Toussaint are all accomplished authors, entrepreneurs, and all have dynamic powerful stories.

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