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by Alita Anderson

On the Other Side: African Americans Tell of Healing download ebook
ISBN:
0664223575
ISBN13:
978-0664223571
Author:
Alita Anderson
Publisher:
Westminster John Knox Pr (November 1, 2001)
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Pages:
155 pages
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1287 kb
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1645 kb
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Rating:
4.6

On the Other Side" in an excellent book. I highly recommend it. Through the stories of ordinary people we see the extraordinary gifts that are ours in this life- healing and love. It allows us to reaffirm faith in a higher power while confirming the power of idealism, hope and determination.

On the Other Side" in an excellent book. To be frank, it illustrates the power of human revolution in the age of cynicism. This book is an easy read with wonderful artwork created by the author.

On the Other Side: African Americans Tell of Healing. This multi-sensorial experience designed for African-American women is certainly consistent with the black psychiatrists of America's perspective of maintaining mental health and enlightenment. The Woman In Me: The Struggles Of An African Woman To Discover Her Identity And Authority. Embodiment and Black Religion: Rethinking the Body in African American Religious Experience. Cercl Writin. ardcover. William B. Lawson, . President of Black Psychiatrists of America.

African American Folk Healing book. On the plus side it is packed with interesting information about African American Folk Healing past and present. Lists with This Book. There is extensive use of reference material such as the Works Progress Adminstration's Federal Writers' Project which gathered black oral history starting in 1936.

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Other Afro-American peoples of the Americas.

Other Afro-American peoples of the Americas. African-American history starts in the 16th century, with peoples from West Africa forcibly taken as slaves to Spanish America, and in the 17th century with West African slaves taken to English colonies in North America.

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The Americans disregard him and attempt to leave

The Americans disregard him and attempt to leave. The other dogs obey, but Buck refuses to move onto the ice. Hal beats him viciously until Thornton steps in and cuts Buck free. The Americans continue without Buck, only to fall through the thinning ice and perish alongside the remainder of their dogs. Buck becomes devoted to Thornton, and he even saves Thornton from drowning. Though it has been and is still, at times, classified as a children’s book, its themes and overarching narrative are suited for mature readers. The novel was banned in 1929 in Italy and Yugoslavia, supposedly because of London’s openly socialist views.

Why did most African-American Baptists and Methodists keep the fundamentalist movement at arm’s .

Why did most African-American Baptists and Methodists keep the fundamentalist movement at arm’s length, even as they construed theological modernism as a white phenomenon? It was not so much that African-American evangelicals kept the fundamentalist movement at arm’s length as it was that the white fundamentalists never invited them to the table. Instead, white fundamentalists thought that African Americans as a whole were so impressionable and easily misled that it was white Protestants’ job to protect black Christians from theological harm.

Her healing process has just begun when she has another violent encounter with hi.

Her healing process has just begun when she has another violent encounter with him. But this time Melinda fights back, refuses to be silent, and thereby achieves a measure of vindication. In Laurie Halse Anderson's powerful novel, an utterly believable heroine with a bitterly ironic voice delivers a blow to the hypocritical world of high school. Speak was a 1999 National Book Award Finalist for Young People's Literature. Young Adult, History & Fiction.

When, when you can’t hold on When you’re strength is gone When all that you can manage is sending up a cry I’ll be standing right beside you, till you reach the other side.

Album You. On The Other Side Lyrics. Let, let the tears fall down on the ground Let ‘em turn into a river and carry you away Let go of what’s inside you Brother, don’t be afraid. When, when you can’t hold on When you’re strength is gone When all that you can manage is sending up a cry I’ll be standing right beside you, till you reach the other side. Oooh, oooh, ooh, oooh, oooh, ooh Oooh, oooh, ooh, oooh, oooh, ooh Oooh, oooh, ooh, oooh, oooh, ooh. Don’t close your eyes Let the light guide you home I’m here in the fire Like a match to the sky Lightin’ up the night for you.

Brings together oral narratives, spiritual verses, and the author's original artwork and testimony to present the stories of African-Americans who have had significant experiences of the power of healing. Original.
Reviews:
  • Andromakus
Although I am the editor who worked with Alita Anderson on this project, I still feel objective enough to make the argument that this is a book that will inspire and motivate you, because it did those two things for me each and every day that Alita and I poured over these heart-felt testimonies by people like you and I---People who were merely on a quest to find peace and healing in a world that doesn't often give such gifts. Each testimony offers the reader with a different "take" on what it means to be healed. The healings are of the body, the mind, and the spirit. All of these seekers were people who were trying to get to the other side of hurt, pain, dispair, and sorrow. Now who among us can't relate to that? I promise you that after reading "On The Other Side," you will never be the same again.
  • JoldGold
Ms. Anderson's talent as a writer and an artist is overwhelming. I don't care if you're black, white, green, blue or purple, this book is for everyone! As an Iranian-American Muslim woman, I was unsure as to how much I could relate to these stories before I began reading, but as a human and an increasingly persecuted minority in this country, it's impossible not to relate. While these may be African Americcan stories, they are more than anything human stories. Ms. Anderson's skill as a writer is undeniable. She can take you from tears to laughter in a span of two or three pages. Set aside an afternoon and sit down with it, and enjoy. It's a quick and accessible book for general audiences. Beautifully written--I've read it twice so far it's that good. Ms. Anderson is a true renaissance woman, and as such, she excells at nearly all of the arts--writing, painting, dancing--she is a woman of the world with incredible stories to share. I just wish more people would start listening.
  • Low_Skill_But_Happy_Deagle
"On the other Side, African Americans tell of Healing," was an amazing book. I loved the art, the testimonies, and how everything just flowed. I love the fact that the author was on a journey and each testimony helped get her from one step to the next. The stories were about real people with real problem who met a real God who gave them real healing and victory. As I read this book, I was inspired, motivated, healed, blessed, and amazed.
I believe that this book was absolutely amazing because it touched my heart in such a way that it has brought about change in my own life. The author's journey was my journey as well. I would recommend this book to everyone I know. After reading it I am renewed, refreshed, and ready to contiue and endure whatever.
  • Just_paw
"On the Other Side" in an excellent book. I highly recommend it. Through the stories of ordinary people we see the extraordinary gifts that are ours in this life- healing and love. It allows us to reaffirm faith in a higher power while confirming the power of idealism, hope and determination. To be frank, it illustrates the power of human revolution in the age of cynicism. This book is an easy read with wonderful artwork created by the author. As her debut contribution to the literary world, Alita Anderson is bound to make her mark! I wouldn't be surprised to see this work featured in Oprah's book of the month club in the near future.
  • Dodo
A powerful book by a gifted and sensitive woman who is wise beyond her years.