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I Thought It Was Love

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  • 120 Nombre de pages
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Texte du rabat A young black female who thought she had find the love of her life; but the relationship derailed her to a victim o... Lire la suite
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A young black female who thought she had find the love of her life; but the relationship derailed her to a victim of the justice system. Deliah was giving a prison number and sent to the Federal Penitentiary; where she was left to die. After all the abuse, physically, mentally, verbally and emotionally; Deliah still managed to find a deep inner peace that gave her the courage to live and not die.
Deliah began soul searching to discover life is all about the choices you make. Deliah knew she had to do something, if she had a plan on ever being free again; but she didn't know what - Deliah was giving the vision to tell her story... So Deliah began writing this book in prison; without knowledge of her release date; but she knew; Deliah had to share her story.
Although, Deliah wasn't physically killed by the police, Deliah experience with the police, killed her deep within her soul. Deliah's family, like many other African Americans who are faced with encounters with the police and justice system are too poor to retain an attorney to fight the injustice. Deliah says the time has come, no more injustice, no more average, no more mediocrity; it's time to GO GET OUR POWER BACK. People are hurting and Deliah can't and won't continue to be silenced by the enemy within or the enemy that can be seen; but she must let others know as we heal together... We can overcome any and all obstacles that come our way!!
Be Blessed and find that inner peace...

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Titre: I Thought It Was Love
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781664131200
ISBN: 1664131205
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 120
Poids: 187g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T6mm
Année: 2020