Columbia, MD - Just in time to counter the latest attack against the psyche of Black women, Sophia A. Nelson's new book - Black Women REDEFINED - dispels age-old stereotypes and myths which negatively portray Black women as unattractive, unintelligent and inferior. Black Women REDEFINED examines the inner lives of accomplished Black women. The book includes a collection of powerful, short essays penned by some of the most renowned journalists, celebrities, educators, life coaches, politicians and thought leaders of our time. Black Women REDEFINED is a clarion call for black women worldwide to redefine for themselves the important things in life.
Sophia A. Nelson - a highly sought-after speaker, media/political commentator, national columnist and author - is one of many authors scheduled to appear at the 2nd Annual African American Author's Expo and Multi-Cultural Book Fair on August 13, 2011 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. at the Doubletree Columbia Hotel located 5485 Twin Knolls Road.
This event is free to the public and a special treat for book lovers and jazz enthusiasts.
"The 2nd Annual African American Author's Expo and Multi-Cultural Book Fair is a great opportunity for authors to promote their books, increase sales and build their readership," said Patricia Johnson. Johnson is the Event Planner associated with Charm City Jazz, the convener of the event.
For more details, visit http://aaaexpo.ning.com or call 443-421-2070.