An interview with, Elizabeth Atkins,
a fellow "Mixie", is featured
in the February, 2008 edition
of 'Ebony' magazine.
Ebony Magazine Asks:
Do light-skinned "blacks" have it easier?
Author Elizabeth Atkins Answers
Read her column in the February, 2008
edition of Ebony magazine.
Who's Lovin' Who?
That's the headline on the February, 2008
edition of Ebony Magazine that features
Elizabeth Atkins' provocative insights
on whether light-skinned "blacks" are
happier, more successful and more
accepted than their darker-skinned
brothers and sisters.
Who gets more love?
Turn to page 164 to find out!
It's a HOT topic!
And Elizabeth wants to
talk more about it - with you!
As a Diversity Speaker with
the American Program Bureau,
Elizabeth offers life-changing perspectives
to uplift and inspire men and women
at your company, college or conference.
She draws upon her experience
as the biracial daughter of
a former priest and a judge
to share a powerful message:
Never judge a book by its cover.
With a master's degree in journalism
from Columbia University,
this University of Michigan English Major has
appeared as a race relations expert on Montel.
And she celebrated her fitness
success story on Oprah.
Now ... she feels called to share her
empowering, insightful insights
on race, writing and life
You can invite Elizabeth to speak by contacting
Andrew Walker at 800-225-4575
or by clicking here to contact her
Elizabeth is the Bestselling Author
of 11 books, including White Chocolate,
Dark Secret, Twilight and her latest release,
Other People's Skin: Four Novellas (Simon & Schuster).
Her story, Take It Off! showcases
the pain, pleasure and personal power of being
a light-skinned woman in race-obsessed America.
Please Click Here to visit Elizabeth's Website.