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Blkstacks Book Recs + Dancing with Numbers with Tricia M. Taitt

Using her bookseller skills, content contributor Alana Amore Colvin (the admin behind blkstacks on instagram and youtube) provides book recommendations for folks looking to expand their reading taste to include more black women writers! Stacks keeps it simple giving listeners the starter pack for black femme literature.

More on black femme literature, Renee chats with FinCore founder Tricia Taitt about her new book Dancing With Numbers and how her background as an equity dancer influences her work as a finance professional.

Books mentioned:

Passing by Nella Larson

The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid

Dancing With Numbers: Grow a Financially Healthy Business and Choreograph the Life You Want by Tricia M. Taitt

The E Myth Revisited by Michael E Gerber

The Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren

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This episode was edited by Angel Akurienne and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people.

Original music by @iam.onyxrose
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Angel is a Nigerian, born in Ghana, raised in South Dakota, and currently living in Minnesota. She’s a self certified art heaux obsessed with writing, theatre, music, crafts, fashion and everything in between. A storyteller in motion, she’s on a mission to celebrate Blackness existing outside of the typical monolith portrayed by Media. When she’s not fighting the good fight, you can find her analyzing nostalgic TV, testing new recipes, or making themed mood boards and playlists. Favorite genres: young adult, memoir, african/african-american fiction

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