Shirer began by saying, “I’m extraordinarily proud to be a Black woman.” She continued to express that she loves the uniqueness as a Black woman and is privileged to be one. For over 20 years she’s had the platform to be an international speaker. In that viral video, Shirer was explaining to the audience about standing firm in truth as well as wearing the armor.
During that moment she then talked about how she doesn’t identify herself as a Black woman. The intent behind the message was to let people know she describes herself as a Christ follower first. Shirer mentioned that anyone that knows her should understand that she is a proud member of the Black community. She is most proud that she’s able to speak across cultural lines. Shirer is currently working on a book and can’t wait for people to read it.
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