With the knowledge that they themselves were seen as “less than” and their children would be, too, the three mothers collected tools to thrive with the hopes of teaching their children how to do the same. They found ways to give life ...
Author: Anna Malaika Tubbs
Publisher: Flatiron Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
"Tubbs' connection to these women is palpable on the page — as both a mother and a scholar of the impact Black motherhood has had on America. Through Tubbs' writing, Berdis, Alberta, and Louise's stories sing. Theirs is a history forgotten that begs to be told, and Tubbs tells it brilliantly." — Ibram X. Kendi, #1 New York Times bestselling author of How to Be an Antiracist and National Book Award winner Stamped from the Beginning Much has been written about Berdis Baldwin's son James, about Alberta King's son Martin Luther, and Louise Little's son Malcolm. But virtually nothing has been said about the extraordinary women who raised them. In her groundbreaking and essential debut The Three Mothers, scholar Anna Malaika Tubbs celebrates Black motherhood by telling the story of the three women who raised and shaped some of America's most pivotal heroes. A New York Times Bestsellers Editors' Choice An Amazon Editor's Pick for February Amazon's Best Biographies and Memoirs of 2021 One of theSkimm's "16 Essential Books to Read This Black History Month" One of Fortune Magazine's "21 Books to Look Forward to in 2021!" One of Badass Women's Bookclub picks for "Badass Books We Can’t Wait to Read in 2021!" One of Working Mother Magazine's "21 Best Books of 2021 for Working Moms" One of Ms. Magazine's "Most Anticipated Reads for the Rest of Us 2021" One of Bustle's "11 Nonfiction Books To Read For Black History Month — All Written By Women" One of SheReads.com's "Most anticipated nonfiction books of 2021" Berdis Baldwin, Alberta King, and Louise Little were all born at the beginning of the 20th century and forced to contend with the prejudices of Jim Crow as Black women. These three extraordinary women passed their knowledge to their children with the hope of helping them to survive in a society that would deny their humanity from the very beginning—from Louise teaching her children about their activist roots, to Berdis encouraging James to express himself through writing, to Alberta basing all of her lessons in faith and social justice. These women used their strength and motherhood to push their children toward greatness, all with a conviction that every human being deserves dignity and respect despite the rampant discrimination they faced. These three mothers taught resistance and a fundamental belief in the worth of Black people to their sons, even when these beliefs flew in the face of America’s racist practices and led to ramifications for all three families’ safety. The fight for equal justice and dignity came above all else for the three mothers. These women, their similarities and differences, as individuals and as mothers, represent a piece of history left untold and a celebration of Black motherhood long overdue.
Author: Rabbi Dr. Gershon Maron WinklerPublish On: 2021-11-18
Three Mothers: Wind, Water, and Fire. And they are a great and wondrous mystery veiled within the unknowable by six seals, and out of them were born the Fathers. Mother Fire created Sky, Mother Water created Earth, and Mother Wind ...
Author: Rabbi Dr. Gershon Maron Winkler
Publisher: Balboa Press
Spiral of the Three Mothers will deepen your understanding of the Three Cycles of the Jewish harvest period, otherwise known as “the High Holydays,” and the relevance of each phase to your personal and collective renewal. The book draws abundantly from the wellspring of ancient and early-medieval Jewish Shamanic and Kabbalistic source texts, is richly foot-noted, and presents the information in a vernacular that will inspire, challenge and enrich readers of all or no cultural/spiritual backgrounds. Spiral of the Three Mothers will introduce you to the lesser-known nuggets of this ancient earth-based tradition that will rekindle your spirit, expand your horizon, and inspire renewed understanding in regard to yourself, your pet parrot, and the sweetness of the chaos around you.
I continued, “The rest of the time I spend clearing land and cleaning up dump sites.” He said, “That is your work for Mother Nature, and that makes three. Those are the three mothers that you serve as penance.” After all these years, ...
Author: William Ankin
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The last thing I ever wanted to do was write this book. But as you will see, my life is not entirely my own. I have been working on this book for almost twenty years. But I have been stalling publishing it because it could cost me my anonymity, privacy, and quiet country life. I have everything to lose by publishing this book, but it is so much bigger than myself. I was first shown this book when I was thirteen years old and told that it was the story of my life that was written before I was bor
#13 The three mothers' lives are rooted in the lessons of their foremothers. They are nourished by Edith, Jennie Celeste, and Leah Esther, as well as their mothers. #1 The enfranchisement of women would guarantee white supremacy, which.
Author: Everest Media,
Publisher: Everest Media LLC
Category: Family & Relationships
Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 Louise would become a symbol of resistance because the struggle for freedom pulsed through her veins. The blood of her ancestors carried with it messages of liberation, while the land that held her whispered tales of revolutions it had witnessed over the years. #2 Louise heard stories of resistance to colonial rule from her grandparents, who had been Liberated Africans by the British. They brought six children into the world, and Louise was raised on stories of the Carib Indians and revolutionaries like Fedon. #3 The lack of punishment for the perpetrators of sexual violence against women of color was not limited to Edith’s time. Many women have experienced this atrocity, and their stories will never be known, but the historian Danielle McGuire used her book At the Dark End of the Street to pay tribute to as many women as she could. #4 Edith gave birth to her first and only daughter, Louise, in 1897. Louise was light-skinned and easily passed as white, which caused her to face a choice of whether to declare her African descent and claim her Blackness, or not.
The three mothers , in fact , cach made the pilgrimage to Mecca , the hajj . But the views of these six women on the value and meaning of the fundamentalist movement range from open support to outright antagonism .
Author: Michael Gorkin
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
A collaboration between an Israeli psychologist and a Palestinian school teacher. This highly original book recounts the surprisingly candid stories of three Palestinian mothers and their daughters. Beautifully told and sensitively edited, these linked narratives bear witness to their experiences of Israeli occupation, their memories of the wars of 1948 and 1967, and the profound changes that have occurred in their political and personal lives. "The complexity of the women's lives and stories and the ways in which they portray themselves in the book make this work of value to anthropologists, as well as to scholars in women's studies, oral history, Middle East studies, and sociology." -Journal of Palestine Studies
She had been set like a machine by twenty odd years of being a wife and mother" (Lessing 1973, pp. 45, 46). Was it my needs or those of the three men that made me become responsible for the emotional welfare of this little family?
Author: Sophie Freud
Publisher: NYU Press
The author, granddaughter of Sigmund Freud, describes her childhood, her attempts to escape the shadow of her grandfather, and her views on the social role of women
Celtic Demigods and Spirits THE THREE MOTHERS In Britain , the mother - goddess is usually rendered in triplicate ... Figures of the mothergoddess usually take one of two forms : Deae Matres , three goddesses who are often depicted ...
Author: Christopher R. Fee
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Social Science
The islands of Britain have been a crossroads of gods, heroes, and kings-those of flesh as well as those of myth-for thousands of years. Successive waves of invasion brought distinctive legends, rites, and beliefs. The ancient Celts displaced earlier indigenous peoples, only to find themselves displaced in turn by the Romans, who then abandoned the islands to Germanic tribes, a people themselves nearly overcome in time by an influx of Scandinavians. With each wave of invaders came a battle for the mythic mind of the Isles as the newcomer's belief system met with the existing systems of gods, legends, and myths. In Gods, Heroes, and Kings, medievalist Christopher Fee and veteran myth scholar David Leeming unearth the layers of the British Isles' unique folkloric tradition to discover how this body of seemingly disparate tales developed. The authors find a virtual battlefield of myths in which pagan and Judeo-Christian beliefs fought for dominance, and classical, Anglo-Saxon, Germanic, and Celtic narrative threads became tangled together. The resulting body of legends became a strange but coherent hybrid, so that by the time Chaucer wrote "The Wife of Bath's Tale" in the fourteenth century, a Christian theme of redemption fought for prominence with a tripartite Celtic goddess and the Arthurian legends of Sir Gawain-itself a hybrid mythology. Without a guide, the corpus of British mythology can seem impenetrable. Taking advantage of the latest research, Fee and Leeming employ a unique comparative approach to map the origins and development of one of the richest folkloric traditions. Copiously illustrated with excerpts in translation from the original sources,Gods, Heroes, and Kings provides a fascinating and accessible new perspective on the history of British mythology.
TheThreeMothers:Wisdom, ... The intelligences of body, heart, and egoic mind1 manifest through the ten emanations.2 These emanations are divided into two categories: The Three Mothers—Intuitive Wisdom, Rational Understanding, ...
Author: Rami Shapiro
Publisher: SkyLight Paths Publishing
The wisdom of Jewish spirituality and mysticism can be a companion for your own spiritual journey. Tanya, "It Was Taught," is one of the most powerful and potentially transformative books of Jewish wisdom. Written in 1797 by Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, the founder of Chabad Hasidism, Tanya sets forth the fundamentals of Jewish spirituality and mysticism. While a focus of daily study by tens of thousands of Hasidic Jews, Tanya is little known outside the world of Jewish mysticism. Until now, its kabbalistic terms and esoteric language have made this essential text of Jewish spirituality inaccessible to most readers. In this engaging volume, Rabbi Rami Shapiro offers a contemporary English translation of key selections of Tanya coupled with commentary designed to clarify and amplify the wisdom it contains. He also outlines the philosophical and spiritual framework on which Tanya is based--God's nonduality; the ﬁve dimensions of reality and their corresponding intelligences (body, heart, mind, soul, and spirit); the purpose of mitzvot, the practices of Jewish life, as catalysts to God realization and the hallowing of all life through godliness--to help you understand the selected Tanya translations in a way that enhances your own spiritual development. Now you can benefit from the wisdom of Tanya even if you have no previous knowledge of Judaism or Hebrew terminology. This SkyLight Illuminations edition presents the core teachings of Tanya, with insightful yet unobtrusive commentary that will deepen your understanding of the soul and how it relates to and manifests the Divine Source from which all life comes, in which all life lives and to which all life returns.
Thus , from these three , we have the head , belly and chest , the three parts of the body associated with the Three Mothers , AMSh . The Teli , associated with the head , would then relate the Shin . The Galgal , associated with the ...
Author: Aryeh Kaplan
Publisher: Weiser Books
Now in its 7th printing since republication in 1997, the Sefer Yetzirah has established itself as a primary source for all serious students of Kabbalah. Rabbi Kaplan's translation of this oldest and most mysterious of all Kabbalistic texts provides a unique perspective on the meditative and magical aspects of Kabbalah. He expounds on the dynamics of the spiritual domain, the worlds of Sefirot, souls and angels. This translation is based on Gra version of the Sefer Yetzirah and includes the author's extraordinary commentary on all its mystical aspects including kabbalistic astrology, Ezekiel's vision and the 231 gates. Also included are three alternative versions to make this volume the most complete work on the Sefer Yetzirah available in English.
Remnants of the Wiccan frame established in Susperia remain in Inferno , including the Three Mothers concept . Fisher quotes Argento as saying that he took the idea from a reference to De Quincey's Confessions of an English Opium ...
Author: Carrol Lee Fry
Publisher: Associated University Presse
Category: Performing Arts
Provides useful information on the occult religions and applies this discussion to selected films. Readers will find excellent background on these paths as well as perceptive commentary of film adaptations of them and their relevance to understanding our culture.--Publisher's note.