Jonetta Rose Barras has an extensive publishing history. Her books have received critical acclaim, and Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl: The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women was a Blackboard Bestseller. SAs a journalist, she was inducted into the Society of Professional Journalists DC Pro Hall of Fame in 2016. For a full list of her books and articles click onto her resume.

Bridges: Reuniting Daughters and Daddies
ISBN 1-890862-38-X-paper

In this self-help guide and workbook, Barras helps move daughter-and father duo toward much needed reconciliation, bonding, and healing. With illustration pulled from the lives of real women and their fathers, and affirmations and practical exercises designed by the author, BRIDGES is a must read and invaluable tool for girls and women who want to mend the rend in their lives and for men who want to enjoy the special and sacred relationship between fathers and daughters, and for everyone interested in the love that binds us all.

Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl?
ISBN 0-345-42246-5

"I purchased this book upon recommendation of I ordered it based on curiosity. OMG what a revelation. I read each chapter, page. praragraph, sentence and work with tears streaming down my face. I am 42 years old and had no idea why I was making the life choices I was making. I brought this book with me to the hair salon, and sparked an hour-long conversation with women of all age ranges, and I must say, it struck some nerves...I have vowed to purchase this book for every femail in my family." reader.​


The Last of the Black Emperors: The Hollow Comeback of marion Barry In the New Age of Black Leadersfriend

ISBN 0-9631246-6-8

This book explains the paradoxes of Marion Barry's career, and documentsthe growth of his racial and politicial identities parallel with those of his largely black constituency. Barras places the DC mayor in context. comaring him with politicians--black and non-black-- of hs generation, and with "the new black leaders" who have rendered his style obsolete. Focusing on the period  in the nation's capital, Barras's study traces the uneven trajectory of a wily, controversial, but captivatinfrom Barry's 1992 prison release, through his 1994 mayoral victory, and the subsequent erosion o his influence in the nation's capital, Barras's study traces the uneven trajectory of a wily, controversial, but captivating personality.

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