For far too long, black women have been stuck with the "strong black woman" stereotype. This narrative may describe the nurturing and resilient nature of black women, but it has subliminally programmed black women to put the needs of others over their own. While this isn't necessarily a bad thing, it doesn't fully capture the essence of the black woman. Sis, You Are the Universe aims to show black women how to harness the magic they possess and build the life they've always wanted without being held back by unwritten expectations.
In this two-part book, readers learn how to prioritize their needs, feel confident in their worth, heal from past trauma, and get permission to go after their goals and dreams without feeling selfish. With pithy and powerful insights, and words of encouragement, love, and advice from other black women, Sis, You Are the Universe helps black women be the best versions of themselves filled with purpose, happiness, and power.