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Wonder why Black women are dying at 3 times higher rates surrounding childbirth?

 

The short story titled, The Quiltmakers, by Dr. B.K. Edmond and his sister and co-author Ms. Cassandra Edmond, provides a new and novel weapon in the fight for improved care for Black mothers. The book is dedicated ”to the mothers of the African American Community who unselfishly give life to our future while risking their own. It is for the sisters, daughters, cousins, aunts, wives, girlfriends and lovers who participate willingly in the beautiful creative revolutionary act of birth; thus, affirming daily each black child's value to this world.”
 

While using a small central Georgia town with a vibrant black community as the colorful backdrop, the authors deftly position textured black Southern traditions to form a thoroughly entertaining tale. The story engrosses while also educating the reader on the challenges that contribute to the higher death
rate of Black mothers during childbirth, which is 3 times the normal rate. The story engrosses while also educating the reader on the challenges that contribute to the higher death rate of Black mothers during childbirth, which is 3 times the normal rate. The story introduces country-familiar characters and masterfully lays down cloth quilting pieces into patterns that provide an excellent introduction to the challenges faced by black mothers. The common thread throughout the story is a perfectly balanced health message.

 

This brief 133-page read will benefit both patients and healthcare providers.

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My Books

CELEBRATING THE WISDOM VERSATILITY, AND GREATNESS THAT MAKES EVERY WOMAN UNIQUE

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A New Self-Breast Exam Technique That Can Save Your Life


Showing how art can heal, Dr. B.K. Edmond introduces the shapes of the Adinkra symbols for Wisdom, Versatility and Greatness as hand guides to teach and remind us of proper exam technique.

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT NANA AND THE BUSHWOMAN

“I love this story. It is flavorful incorporating history, love and life while bringing awareness to women’s health,”

THE CAUSE?

The B. Edmond Project is donating part of the proceeds from book sales and all donations to local non-profit organizations promoting breast cancer awareness.

 

Purchase a copy for yourself and the queens in your life TODAY to join our efforts. I can't wait to hear the response from supporters like you!!!

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NANA AND THE BUSHWOMAN NOW AVAILABLE IN AUDIOBOOK, PAPERBACK, iBOOKS, AND KINDLE

FREE AUDIOBOOK COMPANION 

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THE QUILTMAKERS NOW AVAILABLE IN  PAPERBACK AND KINDLE - AUDIOBOOK COMING SOON!

Why are black mothers dying at three times the normal rate surrounding childbirth? Taken from today’s headlines, my new story, “The Quiltmakers,” is a must-read for future mothers and their families to become better educated on the public health crisis on black women and childbirth. 

 

In light of the recent decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, we must unite in the fight to reduce maternal mortality rates among African African women.

 

GET YOUR COPY OF THE QUILTMAKERS ON AMAZON TODAY!

BEAUTIFUL GREYS NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK AND KINDLE FORMATS

Introducing a new Holiday Classic with Soul. The action starts when four occupants of a DC Apartment building, who adhere to a self-imposed code of silence and distance are forced by a life-saving crisis to work together as a team. Each resident who normally is completely focused on their limited life has a Holiday experience they will never forget. As we continue to adhere to the needed changes for the " pandemic " lifestyle that disconnects many of us, this story reminds us of the beauty of teamwork, shared concern, and service to our fellowman. A wonderful short read that readjusts our gaze toward our shared humanity.