September 2 – Staying True to Self: A Panel Discussion

September 2nd signing

Join us for a panel discussion about authenticity, passion, and reaching for the stars with authors Lisa K, Stanley Fritz, and Marc Polite.

Lisa K.’s “By Design: A Guide to Getting it Right, Keeping it Tight and Claiming Your Queendom” delivers a fun and sassy perspective on how the simple yet powerful act of making a decision can transform your life in a great way. Geared to support the modern day woman, this no non-sense guide reveals ways to invoke your royal presence, ignite the ‘passion of self’ and be well on your way to reclaiming your crown. Delivered through thought provoking questions and guided ‘real-life, real-time’ signature exercises like “Are you THAT Woman?” and “3 Steps to Fabulous Honey”, the author takes you on a journey of self reflection, conscious decisions and unapologetic actions. With heartfelt sass and an in-your face authenticity, Lisa K. helps you know where you are, see where you would like to be and supports you on your journey to get there… FABULOUSLY!

Stanley Fritz is the political writer/Editor-In-Chief for lyvbh.com. He is also the author of “Beautiful Problems” and the Engineer/Co-Host of “Let Your Voice Be Heard! Radio.”. Born and raised in East New York Brooklyn, Stanley is a proud Obama supporter who believes that education is the ultimate pathway to prosperity.

Marc W. Polite is an award winning writer from New York City. He is the founder of Polite On Society, a blog of political analysis and social commentary established in 2009. Most recently, Marc was recognized by the New York Association of Black Journalists at the Awards Gala for “Best Blog Commentary” of 2014. His progressive political commentary has been featured in such places as Time Magazine, Black Star News, Harlem News Group, The Grio, The Atlanta Post, and the New England Informer.

Staying True to Self: A Panel Discussion
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
7-9pm
Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria
2
113 Amsterdam Ave. (at 165 St.)
New York, NY

2 responses to “September 2 – Staying True to Self: A Panel Discussion

  1. Hi, we would love to post this event on Heightsites.com–but it’s not clear whether the event already took place today, August 26, or whether it is coming up on Sept. 2. Please clarify; thanks.

  2. Pingback: Staying True to Self: A Panel Discussion | HeightSites

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