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100 Roses

by Lee Chavous


Category : Juvenile Nonfiction

ISBN No :9781631103155

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100 Roses is a jewel and should be in every school in the Americas because the contributions of Black women are highly valuable especially historically. The Americas were built on their backs. The book should be translated into other languages because Black history is world history. At the beginning of the book, readers will find beautiful and inspiring words regarding the importance of Black women in the community. The book (dedicated to the author's son) is like a love letter to his child regarding the importance of Black women by celebrating living and past Black females.

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Lee Chavous

Lee Chavous was born in the U.S. whilst the end of the Civil Rights Movement. His parents were part of the great migration when African-Americans escaped the adversities of the Jim Crow era in the south of the country. After high school, Chavous enrolled in college to earn a Business Management degree. He studied Business Administration at the University of Maryland (College Park). Afterward, he commenced his career as an entrepreneur. For the past 25 years, Lee Chavous has owned and operated several businesses in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. For instance, he founded 20 years ago this health company http://www.unitycaresnursing.com/.

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