No disrespect sister souljah
Divided into seven chapters, each titled after a particular character with whom the author comes into contact - for example, "Nathan, " "Mona, " "Joseph" - No Disrespect is a brutally honest account of the rage and hopes of girls in the ghetto. This book was wonderful!! Summary Rapper, activist, and hip-hop rebel, Sister Souljah possesses the most passionate and articulate voice to emerge from the projects.
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Choice Review The soul of the enigmatic Sister Souljah is poignantly presented in this autobiographical work. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Everything she spoke on you could feel the genuine concern and passion when reading her biography.
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Sonya's spiel was truly potentand Chance I just soukjah It might have been the grainy black and white photo of her on the cover, the serious look in her eyes, her pretty, youthf read this: Beginning with a very personal "A Note to My Readers" and ending n chapters later, No Disrespect is a recipe for growth, development, and maturity in the inner city.
Stewart; Buffalo State College. Beyond the whys and what fors, she offered useful how tos, pushing us from contemplation into action.
Oh, that was a special kind of hilarious. If you can get pass that, you'll be okay. Aggrandizing at length her "spiritual eye" and devotion to God, she simultaneously revels in the abuse of other humans. I should hv read this jo years ago.
She encountered endless setbacks, disappointments, and enlightenments throughout her growing years which she completely revealed to us by expressing her beliefs, future plans, good and bad though Destinee Rivera Mrs. She went from wanting to fix the issue with our absent boyfriends, husbands, and fathers to throwing in the towel and saying "I guess this is how things will always be.
My thighs and legs were big and powerful, kicking Vanna White and Cindy Crawford to the curb.
Those seeking tales of Souljah's rap career-or the controversy in which candidate Bill Clinton condemned her statements about the Los Angeles riots-must look elsewhere. Are there degrees of abomination? Jun 09, Rianna Jade rated it liked it Shelves: In this book she was a young, strongly opinionated, college student and a motivational speaker towards the young black community.
She comes down on homosexuality in such a personal way that I wish I could dialogue with her on the issue especially since she seems to have such wildly unfo I really appreciated this book just because of its gritty personal truth. Maybe it was the title, the way it subtely declared that she intended to tell her story, even at the risk of unconsciously offending some while attempting to uplift others.
I also really don't like her pickings with men.
Now she uses that voice to deliver what is at once a fiercely candid autobiography and a survival manual for any African American woman determined to keep her heart open and her integrity intact in s America. No eBook disrespecg Amazon. She barely mentioned other women who were doing positive things, the focus only seemed to be on wom After reading Coldest Winter Ever, and then reading this book, I can honestly noo that Sister souljah's style of writing grates on me.
I like how real and honest about her feelings she is, but I just don't like her at all. They all used her and played her or turned gay.
I admire her truth and having no discretion with her experiences. Titling each chapter after significant individuals who left an indelible mark upon her, Souljah writes with clarity and undeniable honesty. Not only this, at moments her description of the degradation and deterioration of the black family structure is daunting and all to vivid.
Sister Souljah reveals herself to disrespct a writer whose gifts of language are prodigious.
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Thankfully, she documented her personal growth, experiences, and struggles in No Disrespect so that we of younger generations could learn from it and use it to help progress our people and culture. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Instead of the latest reality tv shows and shallow fashions, we should be talking about the advancement of our people. I tired of her before I got to the end of the book and I doubt I'll be running out to buy any more of her drivel, oops, I meant work.
Let there be no This book had alot going on but even though parts made me mad I felt that I learned alot too.