Denise Bolds born in Harlem NY is a single black parent of a son. Ms. Bolds is also a community activist, avocate, public speaker and an author. Ms. Bolds first book: Raising Princes to be Kings: The Black Single Mother's Guide to Raising Her Black Son is a dream come true. Ms. Bolds holds a Master's Degree in Social Work and she has worked as a Medical Social Worker for ten years. Ms. Bold works with underserved women and children. Ms. Bolds in now a PhD Candidate. Ms. Bolds is on Facebook, BlogTalk Radio. Ms. Bolds' life changind story was featured on MSNBC.
Denise Bolds shared her experience at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte on a program called, FIRED UP at the Democratic National Convention 2012, hosted on her BlogTalk Radio show. Bolds raised the funds to attend the convention. Denise was also a delegate from the state of New York. Bolds is a firm supporter of President Obama and is working to convince other African Americans to show up to the polls to support President Obama in his bid for re-election.
Princes to Be Kings: A Single Black Mother's Guide to Raising Her Black Son
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Format: Kindle eBook
Print Length: 230 pages
Publisher: Denise Bolds; Second edition (March 16, 2013)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Revised & Updated Raising Princes to Be Kings: a guide for black mothers and the parenting of their sons. Every black mother is capable of raising a Barack Obama, Ben Carson and many other successful black men from single parent homes.
Ms. Bolds' book discusses the relationships of black motherhood of the black son from pregnancy to college and beyond. Ms. Bolds encourages black mothers to celebrate motherhood and to benefit from the success of empowered parenting. Motherhood is empowering. Topics in this book include: education, finance, relationships, sex, child support and many more to engage and empower.
From pre-conceptual health to college, Raising Princes to be Kings is a holistically empowering resource.
In this revised edition there are viable updates along with links to free lectures that relates to chapter topics, 40 developmental assets from ages 3 to 21 and contracts for the black mother and son. .
If we want good relationships with out black men, its is time that we raise black men and understand them. To truly raise a black man is to walk in their lives with them - not against them. Our black sons need us - we have to save our black men - too many have been lost already. GET READY TO BE EMPOWERED!
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