Black Girls Do Cry

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Black Girls Do Cry

Black Girls Do Cry: Battered But Not Broken

By: Shante D. Lowe

About the Book

Black Girls Do Cry: Battered But Not Broken is author Shante D. Lowe’s life story. It takes place from 1977-2012 and starts in Oakland to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she traveled. Her vision for this book is to empower other women who are going abuse. She hopes her story will uplift them toward getting out of their toxic situations or move towards getting out.

About the Author

Author Shante D. Lowe loves to inspire and help people. Everything she does in her life is to help other people. Her hobbies are reading, writing, and recording music. She currently has fourteen songs recorded. The song that is dedicated to this book is called “Free Yourself”.

Ms. Lowe is also interested in throwing events for battered women and childrenand helping the community. Her goal is to help women get motivated and live the best lives they can. She currently works as a hair stylist and caregiver.

(2021, paperback, 54 pages)


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  • 5
    A tough, but good read.

    Posted by on Oct 10th 2021

    In spite of all the down moments she describes, Shante remains positive and hopeful. She doesn't wallow in misery, or play the victim. She tells the unpleasant story and turns it into a journey of faith and love.