Carmillia Cyldie King’s book “So Says an Old Black Woman to Old White Men in Power” is a thought-provoking discussion of race and power in twenty-first century America

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Recent release “So Says an Old Black Woman to Old White Men in Power” from Page Publishing author Carmillia Cyldie King is a wide-ranging and brutally frank collection of essays addressing society, politics, and justice in the United States.

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Carmillia Cyldie King is a Mississippi native with a lifelong passion for reading and writing. She has completed her new book “So Says an Old Black Woman to Old White Men in Power”: a compelling portrait of life and race as experienced by black Americans, both throughout history and in the modern era.

King writes, “This is an in-depth peek into the life and times of an old black woman. This is not the courageous Ms. Jane Pittman, but another old black woman’s take on our America. From the mother of all nations to the sons and daughters of all nations, she reveals moments in history that allow this America to preserve with all its imperfections.

From America’s famous and infamous celebrities, politicians, and news media to some of the most powerful figures in the world such as our presidents, some will find this work offensive even to older black ladies and even more so to elderly white men. Yet it is an informative and thought-provoking—a must-read.”

Published by Page Publishing, Carmillia Cyldie King’s candid work is a provocative discourse on racial tension and injustice in the United States from the perspective of an African American woman.

Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase “So Says an Old Black Woman to Old White Men in Power” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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