Sorting through Our Culture Kingdom for Our Future Generations

by Doreszell Cohen



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/23/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781664130050
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781664130067
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781664130043

About the Book

LINK-UP 2 LIFT-UP: Sorting through Our Culture Kingdom for Our Future Generations is written using emic perspectives to respond to the problems that still negatively impact descendants of slaves in the United States of America. This short and sweet like candy “WOKEbook” will keep our engaged and intellectually energized people working to abolish institutional racism; while simultaneously creating an institution of pluralism for every citizen. LINK-UP 2 LIFT-UP: Sorting through Our Culture Kingdom for Our Future Generations shares integrative approaches, ecological models, universalistic perspectives in interpreting our problems. This book boldly offers a humble route towards mental liberation and total independence for citizen Africans in the United States; as was aspoused by Thomas Jefferson; in his ideological Declaration of Independence.

About the Author

Doreszell Cohen (DC), is a native of Jacksonville, FL. From 2002-2005, Doreszell worked as a “highly qualified” educator in Duval County Public Schools; wherein, she resisted institutional racism in the educational sector and resigned teaching in public schools. As a result of her resignation, the school board filed a claim with the State of Florida’s Department of Education which forced her to defend both her individual rights and professional integrity. Doreszell prevailed. The Commissioner of Education ruled in her favor; finding no probable cause to suspend or revoke her teaching certificate. As a “free and independent” professional educator, the mother of eight established a homeschool tutoring service, Mama D Academy. In January 2012, Doreszell realized how “lack of knowledge” was part cause of disenfranchisement, marginalization, discrimination, and other conflicts between the powerful and the powerless, so she committed to the ideology of “Link-Up” which (1) connects people to the products and services they need, (2) help individuals and businesses make, monitor, meet, and measure their life and/or business goals through authentic Africentric coaching, and (3) collectively work on long-term problems that will create a more perfect America and global society for our future generations. In August 2018, Doreszell moved to central Florida to homeschool, teach, and focus on her writing career.