The Warrior Women Project: A Sisterhood of Immigrant Women

The Warrior Women Project: A Sisterhood of Immigrant Women

by Uchenna L Umeh, Lynda E Umeh

Hardcover(Volume One ed.)

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Overview

The life of an immigrant; what is it like?

Ever wanted to know what goes on in a woman's mind?

What if we combined both?

What would happen?

This book gives an exclusive insight into the exciting journeys of 22 amazing women from 13 countries of the world. Open emotions and childhood experiences are relived for the singular reason of sharing them with readers.

The women have fearlessly opened their hearts to share stories of joy, pain, success, failure, loving and giving. Their emigration stories are inspirational and empowering narratives of strength. They are about overcoming challenges, succeeding despite great odds and winning with their dreams.

The book provides a safe space where successful immigrant women can tell their stories, in their own words. Their tales are shared in text and pictures from the depths of their hearts, their baby-carrying wombs, and their tireless arms that nurture and care for their families, their neighbors, co-workers and lovers alike.

It is a book that will take little girls on an adventure.

It will educate, entertain, and emphasize the plight of the immigrant woman, even as it seeks to nurture others.

It will take readers on a journey through the eyes and hearts of the authors!

If you are in the mood for a good read, then you are at a good place.

Read this book, enjoy it, and tell someone about it, they will be glad you did.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781955232029
Publisher: Warrior Women Project
Publication date: 05/12/2021
Series: Warrior Women Project , #1
Edition description: Volume One ed.
Pages: 196
Sales rank: 279,403
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

Dr. Lulu AKA the Momatrician is a board-certified pediatrician and mom of three sons. She is proudly Nigerian born and youth suicide prevention activist. She is CEO of Teenalive.com and Dr. Lulu's Youth Health Center, both dedicated to Youth Suicide Prevention. She is a TEDx, United Nations and Global Pan African Speaker, a 3-time bestselling author and a freelance writer.
She coaches parents of LGBTQ children, helping them accept, protect, nurture, and support their children so they can thrive and flourish in their lives without judgement or limitations. As a mother of a non-binary child, she calls herself an LGBTQ+ activist, she draws attention to the plight of LGBTQ+ kids, particularly transgender kids, especially with regards to their high rate of suicide.
She has been featured on local affiliates of ABC, CBS and NBC, and her articles have been published in Blackpast.org, Parents magazine, The Washington Post, and many other syndicated media outlets. She has testified at the Texas House of Representatives and is a Goodwill ambassador of Nigerians in the Diaspora commission.
She is currently working on her 4th and 5th books, an anthology of immigrant women, hosts her own show on Facebook, YouTube, and moderates her own group on Facebook and rooms on Clubhouse for parenting and suicide prevention. She can be found on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and She lives in San Antonio, Texas.

LyndaU is a Business Development Leader with experience in managing business operations and expertise in sales with an MBA from Durham University, UK, specializing in Strategic Marketing. She has worked with the four big telecommunication operators in Nigeria driving client acquisition, contract negotiation, along with excellent interpersonal communication, relationship/team building and exemplary leadership qualities backed by records of accomplishments.
LyndaU is a member of the Institute of Certified Sales Professional and National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria, she also has certificates in Project Management and Journalism and Advertising from reputable institutions.
Beyond the corporate milieu, she mentors at Durham University as an alumnus as her way of giving back and impacting on the younger minds. She also volunteers her time with the Special Marshal arm of the Federal Road Safety Corps. Her love for children has driven her to adopting a number of orphanages, where she volunteers and raises funds and collects books and toys, specifically for the children, through her small NGO "Our Old Become their New".
LyndaU still engages in her passions, Art and Modelling. She can be found on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.

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