Updated: Oct 12, 2019
Readers of all ages, ethnicities, and cultures will relate to Cacina's tell-all book. A must-read. She guides you through the eyes of a little Black girl growing up in the north in the United States of America. This book is a journey "It is absolutely a teaching tool," say's one of her college professors, Dr. Scott Klein.
"It truly is a hot selection for book clubs," says Dr. Reginald V. Humphry, retired Judge. "I look forward to seeing her perform on stage and seeing the story on the big screen!" She discusses her struggles with mental health, recreational drug use, domestic violence, betrayal and attempted rape. "The Me Too!" experience did not escape her.
Cacina M. Reynolds earned her Executive Juris Doctorate Degree (EJD) in law from Concord-Kaplan University. She is an educator and professor. She completed her master's degree at the University of Hartford, CT in Political Science. She is also a graduate of Virginia State University, where she was selected as the only pledge in the Spring of 1986 of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.,. and was known as "Tootsie Roll." She graduated from Weaver High School, Hartford, CT, and attended Northwest Catholic, West Hartford, CT for one year.
She was the recipient of the Thurgood Marshall Community Service Award, by the CT State Legislature and awarded the Congressional Award of Recognition, by State Representative Rob Simmons.