Racism and Growing up in Southern USA – A unique perspective

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An honest conversation with Regina Hanson (on the phone) about her life and growing up in the South surrounded by racism. Regina G. Hanson has a B.A. in American History from Armstrong Atlantic University (now Georgia Southern), and a M.A. in American Studies from Kennesaw State University. As a writer, she incorporates a conversational tone that affords the reader a more intimate experience. Her writing genres include historical documentaries, cultural studies, children’s books, memoirs, blogs, and general content. Regina is a music lover and nature observer. She finds inspiration in both, as well as, cultural circumstances and societal needs. This author is also a dynamic public speaker and activist. Promoting equality for all and cultural appreciation is the foremost of her agenda. Having founded Personal Empowerment Publishing, it is Regina’s hope that each work published will empower her readers to grow and evolve into their best selves. Website: www.personalempowermentpublishing.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/reginahanson1970 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReginaHanson?s=09

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