to disrupt the normalization of marginalizing, silencing and illegitimizing trans and non-binary BIPOC communities.
mothasistah (she/her) is a powerful work in progress. after 25 years of service in education, she decided to walk away when her youngest child bravely challenged everything mothasistah thought she knew about parenting, about people, about herself.
how? mothasistah's child told her that the doctors got it wrong. her child introduced himself to her; introduced her to a new language; introduced her to facts vs fiction.
now, mothasistah is actively unlearning, exploring and "righting the wrongs" as it relates to the "othering" of trans BIPOC by unapologetically speaking on and writing about it for the masses.
mothasistah is starting the conversation with those who are ready and those who are not.
Life...According to Z
First installment of a children's book series (of the same name) written from the perspective of a prepubescent, Black, trans male who introduces himself to his mother, for the first time, at the age of 7. This is the first book that chronicles real family triumph over daily life challenges, including family disharmony, harassment/physical threats and constant rejection.
Book and Poetry readings
Panelist / Keynote Deliverer
Facilitator (minimum of 75 minutes)
30-minute free consultation to discuss -
Staff / teacher training
School Handbook modification
*Costs for services discussed during consultation
From December 1st through January 31st, every book purchased will be signed by both the author, mothasistah, and her son, "Z".
Stock up now on a great gift that's not only a great read - but a great conversation-starter and life-changer!
Our children don't only deserve our support - they need for us to boldy and bravely use our resources, stand publicly and even use our names and positions of power to speak up and show out when our children's (and adults') livelihood is threatened. Let's do this. Too many good people are hurting, hiding and DYING every day.