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Mary Joyce McNeil Flournoy’s New Book, Fam’ly: How We Made It Over

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Mary Joyce McNeil Flournoy’s New Book, Fam’ly: How We Made It Over
Mary Joyce McNeil Flournoy’s New Book, Fam’ly: How We Made It Over

Mary Joyce McNeil Flournoy’s New Book, Fam’ly: How We Made It Over

Atlanta, GA, November 27, 2023 — Fulton Books writer Mary Joyce McNeil Flournoy, a local of Charlotte, North Carolina, who holds an MBA from Clark Atlanta University, has accomplished her most up-to-date guide, “Fam’ly: How We Made It Over”: a gripping and heartwarming household saga concerning the writer’s massive household, consisting of her dad and mom and 7 kids, and their struggles to rise above their marginal existence.

After educating for a number of years within the Department of Business Administration and Economics at Clark College, now Clark Atlanta University, writer Mary Joyce McNeil Flournoy was recruited by the Georgia Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs to direct a brand new shopper data and schooling program in Georgia. This undertaking was designed to assist educate Georgians about unfair and misleading enterprise practices and product security. And for her accomplishments with this endeavor, she was awarded the Governor’s Award for Outstanding Service in State Government. Currently, the writer is lively in a number of skilled organizations that help charitable and philanthropic causes, together with offering scholarships and different help to our youth. Additionally, she is lively within the Sunday School, Sign Language, Music, and Health and Wellness Ministries at her church.

“‘Fam’ly’ shares the story of the younger black couple’s struggles amid a backdrop of the Jim Crow and segregation period and a depressed economic system to beat adversity; to higher their lives, their prolonged members of the family’ lives in addition to their kids’s lives; and to ensure all their seven kids obtained the next schooling so they may have a greater high quality of life than they’d skilled,” writes Flournoy.

“The narrative tells how the pair’s tenacity, robust bonds of affection and help from their quick and prolonged households—a few of whom had adopted the Great Migration and moved to Northern cities equivalent to Brooklyn and Bronx, New York—and love and religion in God helped them to beat obstacles and attain objectives of their lives.”

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