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Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins Shares a Story that Encourages Empowerment Against Discrimination With Her Book

The author proves that there is definitely no age requirement for standing up for what’s right. Through “My Experience” readers will find a young Jacquelyn learning to become an empowered little girl against discrimination during the 1950s.

Jacksonville Florida – WEBWIRE

The fight for equality and fairness in the society requires a lot of effort, time, and patience but it’s always something worth fighting for.

With her talent for writing and storytelling, Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins narrates the experiences in the life of a young African-American girl like her in the 1950s. She shares the norms of the American society during this period and how it taught her to fight discrimination even at a very young age.
Through little Jacquelyn’s perspective in “My Experience,” the book shows her little tale of courage and bravery by standing up for what she believes regardless of her age. It describes what young African-American children like her have gone through at school or in their community.

Despite the struggle, the book focuses on its ultimate purpose: to show that everyone can help the fight for fairness and equality in their own ways. “My Experience” shows the world through the eyes of little Jacquelyn and while focusing on her goal to achieve equality for all African-Americans.

As this book continues to realize its purpose, it encourages parents to empower their kids to learn the value of equality in today’s society through education and their upbringing. Learn about young Jacquelyn’s story and fight against discrimination during the 50s as the book makes an appearance on the upcoming 2018 New York Rights Fair on May 30, 2018, through June 1, 2018. 
My Experience
Written by: Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins
Published by: XLIBRIS
Published date: March 9, 2017
Paperback price: $15.99

About the Author 
Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins, a native of Jacksonville, Florida. She is the proud mother and grandmother of four children and six grandchildren. On December 4, 2013, she moved to Walterboro, South Carolina, to enjoy the open country and plant many different kinds of fruits and vegetables. Jacquelyn began her writing skills at the age of three years old at home with the help of her daddy, by using interesting life stories as a fun time every Friday night for a family gathering, to hear her daddy tell stories about the past, present, and future. Jacquelyn began her journey towards being educated in several colleges and universities. She always kept in her mind these principles, reading the Holy Bible every day, learning the Ten Commandments, and keeping God’s statutes to live by daily. Today, I am honored to be a publisher of three books with a five-star rating. The first book is called “E-Babe the Outer Space Detective,” the second book is called “Prediction Stories,” and the third book is called, “My Experience.” She will continue empowering the public with other books and novels pertaining to life’s journey for all age levels.

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 My Experience
 Jacquelyn Colleton-Akins
 African-American girl
 the American society
 against discrimination

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