The Black Mother Wound
Kemetic Centered Thought Remedies
By Bakhet Ma'at Sat Ra
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What people are saying...
"The Black Mother Wound book has surgical precision to slice the cancerous growth of invented racial horror that has saturated the cells of the Black Woman for centuries. This battle fatigue and destruction has accumulated over time, therefore one is warned to be grounded and prepare to embrace the pain of the trauma in which your hand is held remotely through the authors linguistic program to guide you through like an ancient initiate from your own space and time." - Keiron V. (Afrocentric Researcher)
"This is what grassroots scholarship looks like." - Dr. Clyde Winters (Teacher, Author, Adept)
"Thank you for this book. It's been impossible to talk about this problem in our community, and that makes it difficult to heal from. I finally have a go-to process to deal with the pain and a way to find some compassion for my toxic mother." - Sandra K. (North Carolina, U.S.)
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This return to the "HER-IT-AGES" (Kamane,2019) of a collective cosmic Black Mother includes inventories that foster a fearless self-honesty required to authentically begin an individual and collective healing process through self-knowledge, and self-acceptance.
Not everything that is faced can be changed. But nothing can be changed until it is faced. - James Baldwin.
And let's not forget
Why the Black Mother Wound Matters
The Black Mother Wound is a pattern of Historical and Epigenetic trauma that is passed down through generations, affecting Black Woman and Men and the community as a whole. By healing this wound, we can break the cycle of intergenerational trauma that often passes as personality or even Black "culture".
Are you willing to do the work?
At The Black Mother Wound, we believe that healing race-based trauma is essential for the well-being of Black individuals, families and communities. Our mission is to empower the Black community with practical tools, research and resources to heal from the Black Mother Wound and break the cycle of intergenerational trauma.