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AIDS continues to be a forbidden topic in the African American community. My Rose is Geneva Bell's moving story of her gay son, Jeffery, as he lived with and eventually died of AIDS. It is a plainspoken, personal account of a mother's devastation, of her shame and her anger at God - but also of the deep faith that enabled her to come to terms with this tragedy, even without the full support of the church.
Study questions are provided at the end of each chapter for individual reflection and group discussion. A list of suggested resource books and organizations is also included.
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Geneva E. Bell is the administrator of the Chicago Area Project in Chicago, Illinois.
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Book Description Pilgrim Pr, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0829811605