The Era of the Black Woman is Now

We are living in the era of the Black woman, and it’s about damn time!

Throughout my nearly four decades of living, I’ve watched Black women perform magic. I watched my mother, a Ghanaian immigrant, do the unimaginable. According to her, she stood on her feet sewing jeans in a Levi’s factory until the day before I was born. Can you imagine that? There’s no question where I get my tenacity and…

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Author of Black Boy Fly | Chief Strategy Officer | Speaker on Diversity, Inclusion & Developing Entrepreneurial Leaders | www.isaacaddae.com

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Isaac Y. Addae

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Author of Black Boy Fly | Chief Strategy Officer | Speaker on Diversity, Inclusion & Developing Entrepreneurial Leaders | www.isaacaddae.com

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