African American Women Survivors of Domestic Violence Running for my Life


Author: Bernice Roberts Kennedy, PhD
Publisher: BRK Global Healthcare Consulting Firm, LLC
Year Published: 2013 (Revised 2015;  Revised 2020)
Format: Paper Perfect Bound Book
Pages: 73
Size: 6X9
Language: English
SBN-10: 0-9897244-6-8
ISBN-13: 978-0-9897244-6-3



African American women have a more marginalized status than other ethnic groups that place them at a greater risk for violence. Also, African American women often experience a wide range of traumatic experiences such as childhood physical and sexual abuse, community violence, and racial or sexual harassment in the workplace. Because of the cultural image of being strong, African American women may endure the abuse instead of seeking assistance. Historically, African American women are reluctant to call attention to the violence to avoid being perceived as disloyal to their communities. This book presents seven cases of Christian African American women survivors of domestic violence on their experiences with domestic violence. This book, included with biblical scriptures, in hope that others reading will find comfort in His Word or seek HIS Face. The Living Word of


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