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Signify Softly
     

Signify Softly

by Kathleen Thigpen
 

Signify Softly is a collection of my observations. While the sorority movement is the lead off, these observations could apply to any club, church or social organization.
Increasingly, the signs of overall societal decay are appearing within the Black Greek movement. I began the Signify Softly blog to ask a series of questions. The essays featured on the blog

Overview

Signify Softly is a collection of my observations. While the sorority movement is the lead off, these observations could apply to any club, church or social organization.
Increasingly, the signs of overall societal decay are appearing within the Black Greek movement. I began the Signify Softly blog to ask a series of questions. The essays featured on the blog and in this book come directly from my observations, memories, social media and all manner of things posted on the internet.
July 11, 2012 would have been my grandmother’s one hundred and first birthday. In the ninety-ninth year of my beloved sorority and on the hundred and first anniversary of my grandmother’s birth, I am. I am grateful and blessed by the powerful influence my grandmother had on my life. And I am humbled that Delta took me in and added greatly to her early training. Here, between 101 and 99, I stopped to reflect.
On July 13, 2012 I committed to blog every Wednesday until July 13, 2013. This book is a collection of essays I wrote on my journey between 101 and 99.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044602922
Publisher:
Kathleen Thigpen
Publication date:
06/21/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
131 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

In 2004 Kathy Thigpen made a pact with her nephew, “… if you give me a college degree, I’ll write a book.” Working under the power of positive agreement they went to work. On December 12, 2009 she exchanged a completed manuscript for his college degree.
Professionally Kathy Thigpen holds a Master’s Degree in Adult and Continuing Education and is a registered corporate coach with the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches. She brings over twenty years of experience in corporate learning and higher education to all of her keynotes and seminars.
Kathy’s life experience has taught her the value of hard-work and the rewards that come from perseverance. Her presentations are packed with humor, scientific insights and common sense. She strives to provide a transformational experience by providing practical models and tips to help participants reach their personal goals.
Writing under the pen name Regena Bryant, she has two published novels.

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