by Asadah Kirkland
Asadah’s goal is to get Black people to act more humanely with our children to help create people who feel good about themselves and the impact they are making in the world. Asadah knows that with a little thought, good decision making and good control of our actions, Black adults can repair the damage done from passing beatings on from generation to generation.
Asadah is an administrator of a youth program, an educator and a single mom. Her passion for the topic of not beating Black kids comes from over 15 years of working with young people and never having to lay hands on them to get them to act correctly. The correct actions of young people in her life came from them sensing that she really cared about their welfare.
Paperback: 100 pages