Welcome to one of the November 3rd stops on the blog tour for I Don’t Like Racism by Tymeka Coney, organized by Silver Dagger Book Tours. Be sure to follow the rest of the tour for more spotlights, reviews, guest posts by the author, and a giveaway! (More on that at the end of this post.)
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I Don’t Like Racism
by Tymeka Coney
Published 24 October 2020
Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Page Count: 32
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This book tells the story of racism through the eyes of a young African-American girl, DaNyla, and her experiences with racism as she witnesses her cousin involved in police brutality and she tries to understand why racism exists. She talks to her Mom, and her History Teacher about racism to better understand where it evolved, then she prays about it and decides to continue to dream and hope for change for a better tomorrow as she still continues to fight for what’s right peacefully all while still loving her family and her multicultural friends.
This story will teach all ages, genders and nationalities about racism and it seeks to inspire us all to unite and love one another despite the color of our skin.
Tymeka Coney is an actress, producer, director, playwright, poet, songwriter, voiceover and now activist with the release of her new children’s picture book, “I Don’t Like Racism,” which was inspired by the police brutality she has witnessed in the world and first hand. Tymeka’s first book was “Words Unspoken: Volume I-Deeper Than Eyes Can See,” poetry book released in 2011. She also has a Spoken Word album, “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Dreams,” available on Amazon and her recent extended single “COVID 19- Social Distancing,” also on Amazon.
She was born and raised in Dallas, Texas, and now resides in Los Angeles, California where she gives back to the community by teaching young people how to read and write and acting.
One lucky follower of the tour will walk away with a $15 Amazon gift card or an “I Don’t Like Racism” T-shirt, winner’s choice. Don’t forget to visit other stops on the tour for more chances to enter! Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway.a Rafflecopter giveaway
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