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Author Tanisia Moore tells Rolling Stone that school book bans allow racist ideology to skate by
Rolling Stone — Tanisia Moore reacts to having her debut picture book placed in the Scholastic Book Fair “Share Every Story, Celebrate Every Voice,” which schools would only receive if they “opted in” to the collection of diverse books. “I am highly perturbed by this news with the bookfair opt-in,” Moore tells Rolling Stone. “I don’t get to opt in to be Black. I’m Black 365 days a year, 366 days when it’s a leap year, and extra Black in February. So I don’t get to turn on and off my Blackness.”
Publishers Weekly — Tanisia Moore and Robert Paul, Jr. In Conversation about I Am My Ancestors’ Wildest Dreams talk about the inspiration for the book, the approach to illustrating the book, and the inspiring men it celebrates.
Girl Talk HQ — Girl Talk HQ sits down with Tansia Moore and Lyn Miller-Lachmann to talk about their new book, FILM MAKERS.
Women Writers, Women Books — Women Writers, Women Books talks to Tanisia Moore and Lyn Miller-Lachmann about what it’s like to collaborate on a book.
ShoutOutAtlanta.com — Shout Out Atlanta sits down with Tanisia Moore for a revealing and honest conversation about motherhood, work, personal aspirations, and how to raise tiny humans without losing yourself.
AL.com — Through the years, I’ve had dreams die for one reason or another. I didn’t believe in myself, I let someone project their fear onto me, or I simply stopped dreaming. Then I became a mother.
Author Tanisia “Tee” Moore On The Main Empowering Messages She Wants Readers To Take From Her Writing
Authority Magazine — Writing is a lonely task. There’s no way around that. But one thing I have done is found a community of other writers.
Authority Magazine — The practice of law is important, but knowing the business of law is equally important; if not more. Make sure you act accordingly.
Authority Magazine — Stay the course. Being an entrepreneur is hard work and not for the faint at heart. But there’s beauty in overcoming and getting to the other side.
Reader’s Digest — We are all guilty of sharing an image online, but what most people don’t realize is that these images are protected through copyright law.
VoyageATL.com — What do you get when you bring two FAMU Law Rattlers, who are extraordinary family-centered moms, while also focusing on their career goals of getting their clients ready to propel their dreams? You get your MomsquiHER™ Legal Squad!
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