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Great true rags to riches story that explores the social and emotional complexities of that journey.Published 13 months ago by Shoppin' Mom
This is a great book for hardworking women from a less fortunate socio-economic background. I like how the author comments on the racism and mediocrity of the middle class and... Read morePublished on June 18, 2012 by BO Books
I am grateful to this black female for expressing her self-doubts, her ignorance, and her insights. From time to time we all feel that we travel this world alone. Read morePublished on December 27, 2009 by David Forel
I have never felt so cheated by a narrative! When I started into Debra Dickerson's story, I was stunned by her storytelling abilities. Read morePublished on February 27, 2009 by N. B. Kennedy
I had never heard of Debra Dickerson before running across this book in a local thrift store. And I guess she's not exactly "famous. Read morePublished on January 31, 2009 by Timothy J. Bazzett
Excellent book autobiography of Ms. Dickerson, well written gripping story of her life experiences and her realization of her own self worth.Published on May 31, 2007 by F. Vedro
how is it that you can write a book about racial unfairness and then make proclaimations about someone else's 'blackness'? Read morePublished on March 17, 2007 by jinxinva
I am 62 years old and found Debra's story to be my story. Her historical journey allowed me to revisit what was going on in my life and how I got this far and as fate or God would... Read morePublished on October 9, 2005 by Beverly Smith
Typical whining Harvard Law School brainwashed product, nothing to say and says it poorly. (I know, I graduated from HLS). AvoidPublished on December 21, 2004 by D. C. Carrad