Get Your Foot Off My Neck: Memoirs of a Nigerian-American architect
“Where there’s prejudice position yourself to be irreplaceable and indispensable. It’s easier to win when you’re the only one who understands the game” – Ola M.M
Get Your Foot Off My Neck: Memoirs of a Nigerian-American architect is told in two-folds through painful personal experiences. The autobiography of Ola is about trauma, betrayal, tragedy upon tragedy, abuse, and cautionary lessons that lead to the triumph of a little Nigerian-American girl turned architect and creative entrepreneur. It is an unintended self-help and business book which has hit Amazon’s BESTSELLER in three categories: Artist & Architect biographies, Women in Business, and Family & Abuse.
This powerful book touches on three major societal issues: Internalized racism (the aftermath of colonialism and slavery), sexism and bigotry, and the repercussions of stepping on necks.
Book will be autographed. Thank you so much for your awesome support!