Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: As We Mature

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January 19, 2021

Jewell Jordan Publishing to Kick Off Black History Month with Virtual Conversations with Storytellers featured in the Upcoming Book, Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: As We Mature
Conversation to Kick Off with Los Angeles Entrepreneur Ginger Campbell of Los Angeles

Jewell Jordan Publishing to Kick Off Black History Month with Virtual Conversations with Storytellers featured in the Upcoming Book, Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: As We Mature
Conversation to Kick Off with Los Angeles Entrepreneur Ginger Campbell of Los Angeles

WHAT:
In celebration of Black History and Women’s History Month, author/publisher Stephana Colbert will host conversations with women profiled in the upcoming book, Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: As We Mature, the second in a series of four books. Colbert will interview Ginger Campbell, a Los Angeles resident and CEO of SNAP Productions, to discuss her chapter in the book, “Following Her Passion.”

WHEN:
Sunday, January 31, 2021
12 noon PST/3pm EST

WHERE:
The conversation will held virtually. Tickets are free and are available through the Eventbrite link here.

WHO:
Stephana Colbert, is author, publisher, owner of Jewell Jordan Publishing, and an attorney who graduated from Brown University and Boalt Hall School of Law. She founded Jewell Jordan Publishing to Ginger Campbell owns SNAP Productions, an integrated communications company that focuses on event production, PR, branding and marketing. As a single mother and entrepreneur, Campbell has endured a myriad of challenges and triumphs along her journey, but her passion for what she does and what she wants to accomplish keeps her motivated for success.

WHY:
Believing that the extraordinary is often born out of the ordinary, in sharing the journeys of these twelve women – who represent hundreds of thousands of African American women whose stories go untold – author Stephana Colbert knows that if we do not set pen to paper and create a narrative around their stories, these women and their stories will vanish from our histories. Were it not for the book, Hidden Figures, the people of this country and the world would never have known about the contributions that African American women – Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughn, and many others – made to NASA back in the 60s. Similarly, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks introduced us to Henrietta Lacks and the fact that without her knowledge her cells were and are still used today to fight cancer. Colbert is on a mission to make sure that the stories of African American women are heard, and much like the first book (Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: The Elders), this second book features the life-stories of women who have experienced heartache and pain, joy, and sorrow; they fell and struggled, but were courageous, strong, and persevered despite their conditions or predicaments. The book is available at Amazon and the Jewell Jordan Publishing website: www.jewelljordanpublishing.com.

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Media Contact:
Myko Campbell
myko@snap-productions.com
SNAP Productions
323.933.4155
213.760.7414 (cell)

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