“If you are not yourself, you have nothing left to give the world.”
Edward Wilmot Blyden
Grona is a Liberian term for a delinquent child. In this memoir, Dr. Boikai Twe describes his delinquent-to-doctor migration including a tumultuous career in psychology, journey to enlightenment, and vision of African unity.
In this book, you will discover:How a single mother united a village to rear boys into menThe complexity of blackness in finding your way and developing your identity Rastafari and its contribution to the reconstruction of African spirituality and cultureInfluences of African religions/spirituality and literature on African psychology.
“Not knowing your past is like embarking on a journey without knowing the destination. Dr. Twe brings together heritage, literature, and psychology as instruments for nation-building in Grona Boy.”-Rev. Daniel A. Iselaiye, retired professor of philosophy Dr. Boikai Twe is passionate about African literature and psychology. He is intentional about shining light on social justice, anti-Black racism, and the African diaspora. His goal: disband the lack of respect for Africans’ contributions to the modern world and achieve global African unity. BoikaiTwe.com
Price: $14.99 USD. |. $18.99 CAD. | 2250LRD
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