Hidden Princess:

The Rebirth of Making Mary

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Audience: Young Adults - Senior Citizens, Hidden Princess addresses:

  1. Aftermath of Slavery through the Great Depression

  2. The Great Migration

  3. Detroit History

  4. Native Americans and Blacks

  5. Child Development

  6. Developmental Psychology

  7. Social Psychology

  8. Black Music

  9. Escambia County, Florida History

  10. Black Relationships

  11. Religion

  12. Abuse Prevention

  13. Compelling Love Story

  14. Women's Studies

  15. Anatomy of Domestic Violence

  16. The Black Experience

  17. The Willy Lynch Syndrome

  18. Sexual Assault

  19. The investigation of White Supremacy

     Hidden Princess: The Rebirth of Making Mary 

 

This historical fiction piece is based on true accounts, and details the Black Experience.  Hidden Princess is the compelling story of the life and legacy of Vivian Johnson, a troubled soul trapped in an even more troubling time in American history. The narrative is centered on Vivian’s unending relationship drama with Lee Hiram, her less-than-apt suitor, the microcosm of which Muhammad uses to display for the reader the depths of contemporary relationships within a greater overall context. Set mostly during the transition between the Civil War and the Great Depression, Hidden Princess chronicles the daily travails of a nation – and its people– in flux. Still haunted by the ever-present specter of racism, the Johnson family soon succumbs to the lure of the Great Migration, joining the millions of other poor Black families seeking to escape the oppressive clutches of the South. Ultimately settling in Michigan, the fragmented family soon discovers no amount of travel will ever distance them from the generational curses inherently borne within each of them, manifesting themselves in myriad ways from alcoholism to promiscuity to even murder.

Muhammad is on a mission to bring awareness and attention to the violence and sexual assault against Black women and girls.  

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