Dr. Jacqueline Banks
Naomi's Proverbs is an acute look into the survival strategies shared between mother and daughter of being a brown-skinned, short hair female growing up during the Civil Rights Movement. The collection touches on racism, relationships, business, education, family matters and more in an honest and revealing way. Definitely insightful and powerful for readers.
About The Author:
Dr. Jacqueline Banks Jones is a community civil rights activist, speaker, trainer and professional educator. She has lived a life of activism geared towards institutional racism by challenging systems in the courts and through partnering with local, state and national organizations. Dr. Jones is a global traveler who is working on a series of books to improve strategic thinking skills of students by using travel to compliment her ebook about her journey to Nairobi, Kenya. She is a Marylander, born and raised on Maryland's Eastern Shore, the childhood home of Abolitionists Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass. Dr. Jones earned her Doctorate of Education in Leadership and Administration from Drexel Universal, a Master of Arts in Teaching from Johns Hopkins University and is the first Black to earn a Master of Business Administration degree from Salisbury University's Franklin Perdue School of Business.