Life After Physical Slavery

Yolanda explains life after physical slavery and how it affects us today.

by Yolanda Key



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 07/04/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 80
ISBN : 9781665556590

About the Book

Imagine being born to be used and not know it, imagine being beaten and no one there to stop it, or save you from torture or unwanted or desired pain. There are so many people that has suffered and is still suffering today. Life After physical Slavery is a book about slavery from history and the enslavement we feel today. No one is exempt from the mental slavery aspect. Every origin in the world has been exposed to slavery rather its me or you, Donald Trump, Candace Owen, Claude Anderson, T.D. Jakes, the hottest rapper, the local merchant, the neighborhood drug dealer, or the regular employee that goes to a 9 to 5 everyday to make ends meet. Either we committed it, experienced it, or witnessed it, we all are still a part of some type of slavery or discrimination. Will this ever stop? I don’t believe it will because everyone does not know how the next individual may feel. Life After Physical Slavery will open your mind to situations, we tend to look over that we allowed to become a norm. It will also give you ways to recognize that slavery still exist, and we all still are suffering today.

About the Author

Yolanda was born in a small town in the south called Colquitt Ga. She is the eldest of four siblings. Yolanda grew up in a town close to Colquitt Ga called Donalsonville Ga where she graduated high school in 1996. She pursued a career as a nurse assistance and it allowed her to provide for her 2 sons for many years. Yolanda was married but always felt like she was single due to the horrible life she had with her children father. So she moved to Dothan Alabama to get away from the abuse and neglect she was encountering with her husband. She still worked as a nursing assistant at Wiregrass hospice for 5 years until she gained the desire to become a professional truck driver in 2006. Yolanda also attended Troy University where she wanted to become a community counselor. Yolanda volunteered and helped individuals in her community. She also started a community group called The Community Inspirations in 2011 where she recognized the first African American commissioner in the wiregrass. Yolanda always love to create short stories and poems through out her life. So she decided one day she wanted to write a book and have it published. Yolanda wanted her first book to be inspirational and also about something that a lot of people struggle with today, and that's the desires of their flesh. So she created, Weak Flesh. Yolanda is very conservative so she didn't know how to get her book published untill one day she had an epiphany and stepped out on faith to start the process of her book being publish in 2017. She then published her first children's book My Name Is MA'NIYAH, telling a story about one of her granddaughters. Yolanda has 16 years in the transportation business, so she started her very own trucking business, Keytruckingllc which she has been the owner for 5 years. Yolanda met the love of her life Kelvin Wilson in 2015 and they are currently opening a smoothie & coffee cafe in her hometown Donalsonville Georgia called Wilson's Smoothie & Coffee Cafe.