Whether we’re discussing corporate womencollege womenchurch women or economically challenged women, their stories are the same. Whether they’ve reached the heights of an Oprah Winfrey or have struggled to make ends meet, there is one chord that binds them all together – the stigma of what it means to be black and female in America.

What you will learn with this eBook

  • THE LEGACY OF STRENGTH

    From slavery to modern times Black women have been taught to be strong while Black men have been systematically weakened. .

  • THE STRONG BLACK INDEPENDENT WOMAN

    A man nor woman should ever be independent within a relationship. If you do you leave your partner with no role to play.

  • GENDER ROLE CONFUSION

    There used to be a time when we had nothing but pretty women and working men, now we have a whole lot of pretty men and working women.

  • TOO STRONG FOR YOUR OWN GOOD

    Strong Black Women chant the mantra "I'm strong enough, tough enough, can handle it, and have everything under control" which often leaves their emotional well-being neglected and denied.

  • FROM THE AUCTION BLOCK TO THE TABLE TOP

    Eventhough Black women are no longer being bought and sold on an auction block. The negative imagery of Black women are corporately being bought and sold to the highest bidder.

  • THE ASSASSINATION OF THE BLACK
    FEMALE IDENTITY

    From the plantation to Hollywood, the assassination of the Black Female Image has been use for wealth creation, sexual exploitation and cultural degradation.

"Hasani Pettiford is an anointed, dynamic and innovative speaker who motivates ordinary people to do extraordinary things. He unleahes the power of possibilities that lay dormant in many of us."
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Queen Latifah
"Hasani Pettiford has a golden throat, and a silver tongue. He is both brilliant and bright at the same time. Everytime I met him, I am stunned by his elequence, and taken by his magnificent mind."
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Michael Eric Dyson, PhD
Black Women Who Want More approves this book. There is a bruise on the image of Black Women and we have to regain our self-respect, recognize our beauty, and present a new image, which reflects our healing, to our men and to society. This book answers that call.
Jimmy Doe
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CEO - Black Women Who Want More

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Why So Many Women Endorse This Book

Critics say Why We Hate Black Women is ground-breaking…hard hitting …poignant…self-reflective…and pushes the envelope; covering sensitive issues that have been areas of contention between men & women for years.

Hasani’s message has been sought after by numerous women’s groups, collegiate chapters, church ministries and community organizations. His speaking is in high demand and his book has become required reading for several women’s interest groups.

  • “We can’t wait to have Hasani back again and again and again.” Jamie P. – University of Richmond
  • “By far, the best presentation of the year.” – Candace B. – NPHC President
  • Spectacular! Every young woman needs to hear this message.” Dr. Jones - Calvary Baptist Church .

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Why I Love Black Women!

My Mother is Black. My wife is Black. My four daughters are black. I am surrounded by beautiful, intelligent, spiritually strong Black women.

My mother is Black. My wife is Black. My four daughters are Black. I am surrounded by beautiful, intelligent, spiritually strong Black women. However, I wrote this book because I am very concerned about the state of Black women in this society.


I am happy for all the successes and accomplishments of Black women. They have done so much and come so far in a society that has attempted to hold them back for so long. They are providers, protectors, nurturers, care-givers, leaders, entrepreneurs and so much more. But those accomplishments have come at a heavy price.


I am happy for all the successes and accomplishments of Black women. They have done so much and come so far in a society that has attempted to hold them back for so long. They are providers, protectors, nurturers, care-givers, leaders, entrepreneurs and so much more. But those accomplishments have come at a heavy price.

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The BOOK, Why We Hate Black Women, in paperback form, mailed to your home or office with discrete address labeling. This book, 220 pages in length, takes a critical look at the historical and contemporary lives of Black women in order to answer one question: Why are so many black women abused, abandoned, betrayed, devalued and hated in this society. This quest for truth opens up a cultural Pandora’s Box of issues that date back over 400 years.

 

 

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Who Is Hasani Pettiford?

Hasani Pettiford is relationship expert, marriage and family counselor and TV personality and 2X best-selling author of twelve books. Collectively, he has spoken for more than 1,000 audiences throughout the U.S., Latin America and Africa.

Hasani is the co-founder of Couples Academy, a relationship-based learning institute committed to placing couples on the path of fulfillment. The organization provide keynotes and seminars, relationship (pre-marriage and marriage) boot camps, coaching programs, as well as individual and couple’s counseling sessions. 

Hasani’s expert advice has been sought after by WSJ, TV-One, BET, TLC, CW Network, TBN, Hot 97, The Wendy Williams Show, The Michael Baisden Show, The Russ Parr Show, Black Enterprise Magazine, Essence Magazine, Upscale Magazine and several other national programs. 

 

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