Hollywood based Kenyan born actress Lupita Nyong'o has authored a book aimed at inspiring girls of colour, adding another feather to her cap.
The ravishing thespian named her first ever publication, Sulwe, which is a Luo word for star.
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Sharing with the world about her latest endeavor through her Instagram account, the lass revealed she authored the book to encourage self-love for darker-skinned girls across the world.
''Sulwe holds up a mirror for dark-skinned children especially, to see themselves reflected immediately, and it is a window for all the others to cherish peering into.'' she wrote.
Sulwe is a children's picture book which aims at sending a powerful message to girls of colour.
Lupita's yet to be released book talks about the heartwarming and whimsical story of a young girl named Sulwe who goes on a journey to discover her own unique beauty.
According to the actress, even at a young age, girls are taught that light skin is preferred over dark skin and it is because of this that she came up with Sulwe to help encourage self-love for darker-skinned girls everywhere.
According to information seen on her different social media pages, the 48-page book will be released on Tuesday, October 15.
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