American Woman The Poll Dance: Women and Voting

In American Woman, Kimberley A. Johnson shows the impact voting - or not voting - can make. In a narrative that combines the history of the women's rights movement, personal recollections and news headlines, American Woman speaks not only to women, but to all those who cherish our democracy. It is a clarion call to arms and the weapon is your vote. More

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Words: 67,450
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311591432
About Kimberley A. Johnson

Kimberley A. Johnson is the author of AMERICAN WOMAN The Poll Dance: Women and Voting, THE VIRGIN DIARIES and AIN'T NO SUNSHINE: MEN REVEAL THE PAIN OF HEARTBREAK. She and her mother, who is also her business partner, Ann Werner, founded ARK Stories in 2010 and create REALITY BOOKS as well as Werner's fiction novels. Kimberley is an activist for women, a speaker and blogger.

Kimberley likes to concentrate on stories and subjects supporting gender equality and strong female leads. "Judy Blume is and was a tremendous influence for me and I wish to follow in her footsteps by creating books that are entertaining, informative and inspirational." Her latest project is a fictional story about a teen who finds herself facing an unplanned pregnancy just before entering college. Expected release: Early 2016.

In addition to being an author, Kimberley is proud to be the Director of Media and Public Relations Spokesperson for the national advocacy group We Are Woman.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in Southern California, she has had a varied life experience. During the 1980-81 school year, she lived with her father, a network news cameraman, which provided her the opportunity to attend the Anglo American School in Moscow, Russia. She has also been a professional actor and for over seven years, she portrayed a police officer on the popular daytime drama Days Of Our Lives.

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