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Internal Vanity is a novel series that explores the origins of the Black community's perceptions of beauty and how those perceptions influence it's beliefs, attitudes, choices in mates, selection of friends, and the communities in which Blacks prefer to live and funnel his and her resources. Are Blacks becoming just as bigoted towards other Blacks as Whites? Have Blacks be Internal Vanity is a novel series that explores the origins of the Black community's perceptions of beauty and how those perceptions influence it's beliefs, attitudes, choices in mates, selection of friends, and the communities in which Blacks prefer to live and funnel his and her resources. Are Blacks becoming just as bigoted towards other Blacks as Whites? Have Blacks become obsessed with White acceptance? Does the surge in interracial relationships mean that racism is on the decline? Is there something more driving the overwhelming preferences for lighter skin and straighter hair in the Black community? How does sexist rhetoric towards Black women set Black boys up for failure? What is the consequence to being taken out of The Equation of Beauty? Vanity, Diana, Becky, and Naomi. Four adopted sisters from a small northeast Texas town become everything they wanted to be: an iconic songstress, a high powered media mogul, a goddess of beauty, and an artist respectively. Well into their 40s, each of these dynamic African American women find themselves at a crossroads when the youngest sister, Vanity Black, decides to pen her explosive autobiography. Known as the most beautiful woman that ever lived, the black-skinned diva defied Caucasian benchmarks to become a beauty, fashion, and musical icon. But her philosophical and unpopular perspectives on beauty, gender, Racial Addiction, and what she calls “The Symbolic Face of Power” would ultimately cast her to hell as The Most Hated Woman On Earth. However, her eccentric sister, the notorious Diana Black, seeks to use her own charismatic genius and manipulative PR skills to bring her back from the brink. Her plans are only further complicated when their identity challenged sister, Becky Black, reveals a scientific breakthrough to rid the world of dark skin and kinky hair. Worlds collide in a brutal battle of love and hate as each sister is forced to confront personal demons lurking in the misty haze of a complex past extending far beyond their births. With surprise visits from “The Ultimate Artist”, it is the journey to the completion of Vanity Black’s autobiography and the polar opposite release of Becky Black’s discovery that will force the world to take an honest inventory of itself and discover “The Blackest Truth”.


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Internal Vanity is a novel series that explores the origins of the Black community's perceptions of beauty and how those perceptions influence it's beliefs, attitudes, choices in mates, selection of friends, and the communities in which Blacks prefer to live and funnel his and her resources. Are Blacks becoming just as bigoted towards other Blacks as Whites? Have Blacks be Internal Vanity is a novel series that explores the origins of the Black community's perceptions of beauty and how those perceptions influence it's beliefs, attitudes, choices in mates, selection of friends, and the communities in which Blacks prefer to live and funnel his and her resources. Are Blacks becoming just as bigoted towards other Blacks as Whites? Have Blacks become obsessed with White acceptance? Does the surge in interracial relationships mean that racism is on the decline? Is there something more driving the overwhelming preferences for lighter skin and straighter hair in the Black community? How does sexist rhetoric towards Black women set Black boys up for failure? What is the consequence to being taken out of The Equation of Beauty? Vanity, Diana, Becky, and Naomi. Four adopted sisters from a small northeast Texas town become everything they wanted to be: an iconic songstress, a high powered media mogul, a goddess of beauty, and an artist respectively. Well into their 40s, each of these dynamic African American women find themselves at a crossroads when the youngest sister, Vanity Black, decides to pen her explosive autobiography. Known as the most beautiful woman that ever lived, the black-skinned diva defied Caucasian benchmarks to become a beauty, fashion, and musical icon. But her philosophical and unpopular perspectives on beauty, gender, Racial Addiction, and what she calls “The Symbolic Face of Power” would ultimately cast her to hell as The Most Hated Woman On Earth. However, her eccentric sister, the notorious Diana Black, seeks to use her own charismatic genius and manipulative PR skills to bring her back from the brink. Her plans are only further complicated when their identity challenged sister, Becky Black, reveals a scientific breakthrough to rid the world of dark skin and kinky hair. Worlds collide in a brutal battle of love and hate as each sister is forced to confront personal demons lurking in the misty haze of a complex past extending far beyond their births. With surprise visits from “The Ultimate Artist”, it is the journey to the completion of Vanity Black’s autobiography and the polar opposite release of Becky Black’s discovery that will force the world to take an honest inventory of itself and discover “The Blackest Truth”.

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