The Angry Black Woman is t angry. She's passionate because there's a lot at stake She's sensitive because she cares so deeply She's intense because there's a lot more to be done Adapted from a riveting TEDx talk, this message lays out why and how black women must be liberated from the stigma of 'The Angry Black Woman' label if they are to be empowered to rise up and step into the fullness of their humanity. This book will forever change minds about the meaning and history behind his label and set a new tone for the message that matters most in the plight and contributions of black women in this world.
Lisa has been a social and political activist for nearly 15 years. She is the author of the best-selling book, Obama Tea Parties and God and the e-book, Politically Corrected. Lisa was a talk-radio show host for over 12 years and a national radio and television commentator appearing regularly on Fox News Channel's Glenn Beck, Your World with Neil Cavuto, and Fox News 7. She has also appeared on MSNBC, CNN, BET, and Univision and has been featured and/or published in internet publications and newspapers such as The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, Breitbart, The Blaze, The Dallas Morning News, The Washington Times, The Austin American Statesman, World Net Daily and many more. She has been a public speaker for more than 12 years speaking across the country to groups ranging from several thousand to intimate town halls. In 2014, Lisa set out to bring a new face, message, and agenda to the Republican Party. She is the first African-American woman to run for Governor of Texas. With a focus on representing the underrepresented, the campaign addressed issues including: women's rights, dignity for immigrants, education reform, entrepreneurial access and opportunity for all Texans including the 18% of working Texans living in poverty. Though a first time candidate, Lisa gained national attention and raised consciousness across Texas and the country and received endorsements from BAMPAC, Central Texas Coalition for Life, and Texans United for Reform and Freedom. Defying the status quo, Lisa finished second against a highly funded establishment incumbent. Lisa is a social and political strategist advocating for the underrepresented in work, life, and community. Lisa is the Executive Director of the PHENOMENALISM.org, a non-profit equipping women of color to lead globally in the 21st century and creator of The Humility Project, a research and story sharing blog navigating humility as the path to peace, power, and purpose.