Think Folks Are “Too Black?” Think Again!

Is Black too Black

by Lupita Samuels

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 14/08/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 30
ISBN : 9781504332798
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 30
ISBN : 9781504332804

About the Book

Are you struggling with ‘the skin color issue’ in one way or another, perhaps deep down in your heart? Struggle no more! the Colorblind Series, inspired by the Holy Spirit, has arrived to set you free and to save future generations from having to endure such painful struggle. The Series includes the following titles: ...“Too Black?” - ...“Too Dark?” - ...“Too Light?” & ...“Not Too...?” The Colorblind Series does not address racism, per se. It focuses primarily on color and how color deeply affects humans but not animals. It aims to balance this scale for a better world. Books include a workbook and reflection section to use in small groups, for ages 8 and above. These books are also great tools for ‘color sensitivity training’ in your home, church, school, center, or organization . Read, reflect, and “be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” (Romans 12:2 NIV)

About the Author

Lupita Samuels was born in Costa Rica, but she has lived in the United States for almost fifty years. She has been a dedicated, passionate, and effective educator who has taught in the New York City public school system for over twenty years. She has also taught Bible-based courses at the Spirit Life School at the Fordham Manor Church in the Bronx for many years.

Samuels was married and has two sons and five grandchildren. She also raised two nephews, Joey and Michael.

After her retirement from the NYC /DOE, she began to pursue her aspiration as a writer. The Color-Blind Series, aimed at changing the way most people see color in themselves and in others, is her first published work.

Ms. Samuels earned a bachelor’s degree from New York University and a master’s degree from Bank Street College of Education. But most of all, she aspires for that degree of unction from the Holy Spirit necessary to impact her writing—to impact not only the God-fearing community but the world at large