This book should be read in addition to Manning Marable's "A Life of Reinvention: Malcolm X" and Alex Haley's "Autobiography of Malcolm X." --Sonsyrea Tate Montgomery
"Sonsyrea Tate has shared mile marker thoughts along the way to wholeness. In her new provocative book, Tate challenges religion and relationships. She clears the way to revolutionary, radical forgiveness, but most of all, she forces us to rethink ideas we have taken for granted. Her journey may not be yours, her conclusions may not be your own, but her words and thoughts are well worth your deepest contemplation. It is clear that she is not a woman to be ignored!" -- Bishop T.D. Jakes Sr.
"This book is Sonsyrea Tate's triumphant shout testifying to a life filled with grace and courage. It is a testimony for anyone who has to fashion her own life from the legacy of burdens and encouragement handed down by parents, by culture, by religion and by society. In other words, this is a story about becoming fully human and living life out loud -- on your own terms." -- Patrice Gaines, author of Laughing in the Dark
From the Author
This book adds the children and women's perspective to the narrative of Islam in the African American community.