Nikita Y. Jackson’s New Book Brotherhood of Black Fathers, Book of Affirmations on Health and Wellness, Coming in November 2020!

Delaware – October 27, 2020 – Birmingham, Alabama native, Nikita Y. Jackson – Brotherhood of Black Fathers, Book of Affirmations on Health and Wellness is the new self-care tool presented by Nikita Y. Jackson to assist Black men beginning or deepening their daily self-care practice. She approaches health through a holistic lens and invites Black men to commit to daily self-care.

Whether you are a beginner or have a well-established self-care practice, this book, Brotherhood of Black Fathers, Book of Affirmations on Health and Wellness, available November 20, 2020, will support you in establishing and maintaining the greatest act of self-love you will ever embark on: self-care. 

The author realized that while many people take painstaking care in managing their professional lives, they fall short when it comes to taking care of their physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Health disparities in the Black community have come to the forefront of global conversations with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the swell of awareness and revived outcry for racial justice following countless racial inequality instances, police brutality, and racial trauma. This book is a call to Black men to take care of themselves.

Through personal stories, daily affirmations and health-supporting activities, insights from Black men and community leaders, and open letters from leading, highly acclaimed Black women, Nikita Y. Jackson visually coaches readers how to put their health first, which in turn will enrich and bolster families, workplaces, and communities. In Brotherhood of Black Fathers, Book of Affirmations on Health and Wellness, you will find a comprehensive guide on how to live well in the areas of:

  • Self-care and Self-love,
  • Health and Wellness
  • Healing and reconciling the past,

Legacy – what it means, and how to leave a legacy one can be proud of.

Readers will see health demonstrated through Black men’s perspectives within this Brotherhood, as their words and anecdotes provide the added support of knowing they are not alone in prioritizing their health.


Nikita Y. Jackson


Nikita Y. Jackson was educated at Dillard University and The New School, where she received her Master of Science degree in Urban Policy. She is a graduate of Legacy Holistic Health Institute, where she earned her certification as a Holistic Health Coach. She is the founder and creative owner of Tastefullydone Hometique – an online lifestyle and specialty boutique offering holistic coaching services and self-care products for women and men.  

Nikita has 25 years in leadership and organizational management. She spent 14 years as a caregiver to her mother and a health advocate for Sickle Cell Disease. She resides in Delaware with her husband, and two sons.

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