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McFarland Publishers Releases Author Avon Hart-Johnson's Book "African American Women with Incarcerated Mates the Psychological and Social Impacts of Mass Imprisonment".

Louisville, KY, February 21, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Author Avon Hart-Johnson is proud to announce the recent release of her book "African American Women with Incarcerated Mates the Psychological and Social Impacts of Mass Imprisonment." Hart-Johnson's book explores the lives of 20 African American women affected by a mate's incarceration. The compelling book trailer for "African American Women with Incarcerated Mates the Psychological and Social Impacts of Mass Imprisonment" was revealed

today on DGT Book Promotion news. In addition, Avon Hart-Johnson shared an insightful interview this week on the Reading and Writing Addiction blog about herself and the release of "African American Women with Incarcerated Mates the Psychological and Social Impacts of Mass Imprisonment." The author's interview can be read at www.readinwritin.blogspot.com and the official trailer can be viewed on YouTube.

About The Book

After four decades of mass incarceration in the U.S., the disproportionate number of black men in prisons has contributed to an epidemic of black women struggling to support fragile families. Yet the literature is scant on how African American women are affected by the imprisonment of their partners. Drawing on case studies and firsthand accounts, the author brings needed perspective to the political, economic and psychological challenges they face - including the experience of "Symbolic Imprisonment" or "serving time on the outside."

Praise for "African American Women with Incarcerated Mates the Psychological and Social Impacts of Mass Imprisonment": "Hart-Johnson's research and resulting theory sheds light on the suffering of the African American woman with an incarcerated partner. Practitioners who encounter clients who have incarcerated loved ones would be well-served to pick up this informative and eye-opening volume."- Christopher Zoukis, prison education advocate, author of "College for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American Prisons."

About The Author

Dr. Hart-Johnson is the President and Co-founder of DC Project Connect (DCPC). She serves on the International Coalition of Children with Incarcerated Parents as an active advocate for social change. The author lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband and French Bulldog.

DC Project Connect is a nonprofit organization located in the Washington, D.C. area. The organization provides crisis intervention, information resources, and pro bono services to families affected by incarceration. Proceeds go towards providing intervention and support services to families and children affected by incarceration.

"African American Women with Incarcerated Mates the Psychological and Social Impacts of Mass Imprisonment" is available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and McFarland Publishers. To learn more about Avon Hart-Johnson and "African American Women with Incarcerated Mates the Psychological and Social Impacts of Mass Imprisonment," visit www.dcprojectconnect.com.

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