Although the book speaks to a lot of to the Black experience in African-American households, this is not just a book written for black people, but it’s a book for all people. We all have mothers and no matter what culture they came from they also had a story to tell. So, we are all alike in that respect and to my friends of other cultural persuasions don't worry and feel left out because these lessons are stories that will apply and relate to you as well. We can learn from each other’s stories no matter where it originates. Although this book is specifically directed to the mothers, sisters, and daughters, men can also grasp the concepts and its meanings. They really can relate and apply to everyone, no matter what the gender, race, culture or creed.
It serves to cross all generational and cultural boundaries. Everyone can take away a little something from reading this book I invite you delve into this book and find out for yourself just what my mother and all of those who came before her had to say.