Messages from the Experts

Last week Polished Pebbles and Kelly Fair launched “They’re All the Same Girl”. We
strongly believe that this book can be an essential tool for all you change-makers out there! And we aren’t the only ones who believe so. We want to IMG_1799 copytake this opportunity to thank the wonderful people who endorsed our hard-work with “They’re All the Same Girl”. Thank you for believing in Polished Pebbles!


Kenneth Braswell
Executive Director, Fathers Incorporated and President Obama’s National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse

They’re All the Same Girl is yet another milestone in the awesome work of Kelly Fair and Polished Pebbles. As an advocate for fathers and families, the nation is in desperate need of tools that help in building safe and productive environments for our youth.The combinational format of both lessons learned and solutions in this book will make this one of the most sought after and impactful tools for the mentorship movement.


La’Keisha Gray-­Sewell
Nationally Recognized Urban Girls Advocate Founder, Girls Like Me Project

They’re All The Same Girl is required reading for anyone who desires to impact a girl’s life through mentoring. This handbook is a required tool to help dismantle preconceived notions about who our girls are and what they need. Kelly makes it plain with TATSG, and shares how every girl simply needs adults who care and show up as our very best selves in order to truly be of service to our girls and the global girl empowerment movement. TATSG is a mentor’s bible!


Gloria J. Browne­-Marshall
Author, Civil Rights Attorney, Professor, Legal Commentator

Kelly Fair has captured the true essence and power of being a mentor. While my “Report on the Status of Black Women and Girls(r)” gives the state of Black female lives in America, this guide to mentoring provides the heart needed to make those lives a little better each day. Girls gain from the guidance of a mentor as much as mentors gain from tithing their talents and time. This book demonstrates how easy it is to do it. And we must do it.


Stephanie Helms-Pickett
Director, Women’s Center, Duke University, Author, She

Having hailed from the South Side of Chicago, I have a deep affinity, as Kelly Fair does for the exceptionalism of Black girl magic. “They’re All the Same Girl” implores, compels and demands with boldness the audacity for the world to activate our responsibility to the “other side of the crisis” with research driven, best practices and mother wit, sprinkled and kindled with deliberate care. The wisdom expressed through TATSG will assist educators, researchers, clergy and communities to assist in propelling Black girls to soar and assume their greatness, unapologetically.


With They’re All The Same Girl Kelly Fair delivers turn-key tactics and shares insight on successfully garnering support from volunteers, schools, civic and corporate partners.  The book offers personal testimonies from volunteers, program staff and candid community conversations that will prepare aspiring social entrepreneurs, and your organization, to build a generation of girls on the path to personal and professional success!

Interested in purchasing They’re All the Same Girl? Click here…

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