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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. An honest look at growing up as an African American female in the inner city offers an account of the tense relationship that exists between African American women and men, the black church, guns and drugs, and black nationalism.
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"Sister Souljah is one of the most eloquent and articulate spokespersons of her generation. Listen to her courageous and painful words in this book."--Cornel West
"Sister Souljah is a legitimate young voice in black America, a solid thinker who is astute, justifiably angry, and boldly outspoken. In No Disrespect she sets the record straight on where she stands on life, love, spirituality, and race."--Nathan McCall
Rapper, activist, and hip-hop rebel, Sister Souljah possesses the most passionate and articulate voice to emerge from the projects. 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 1990s America.
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Book Description Times Books, 1995. Condition: Very Good. Advance reader's ed. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Seller Inventory # GRP88521878
Book Description Times Books, NY, 1995. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. ARC of the first edition. Glossy pictoral wraps. Unused copy in Fine condition. Advance Reading Copy. Seller Inventory # 900336