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Rasheeda Jones, proud Alumna of Clark Atlanta University is a social worker, mental health advocate, writer, and now author who is passionate about bringing positive change, advocating on behalf of others, and inspiring others to be the change they wish to see in the world. She also serves as a community organizer with Initiate Justice and Essie Justice, advocating for social and criminal justice laws that impacts families effected by incarceration.Embodying her various roles as a devoted daughter, sister, aunt, loving friend to many, Rasheeda's ideals and vibes spews the importance of viewing the world through an Afrocentric perspective. She's ultimately committed to breaking the stigmas of mental health while aiming to provide a sense and platform for healing.
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Justice
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Overview


Justice is a young boy who struggles with expressing his feelings about his father's incarceration until one meaningful visit with his dad helps him to develop enough courage to finally share the truth with his classmates.
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Description


Justice is a young boy who struggles with expressing his feelings about his father's incarceration until one meaningful visit with his dad helps him to develop enough courage to finally share the truth with his classmates. After discovering that he is not alone, he uses his experience to help his peers cope and normalize speaking out when in need of help.
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Overview


Justice is a young boy who struggles with expressing his feelings about his father's incarceration until one meaningful visit with his dad helps him to develop enough courage to finally share the truth with his classmates.

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Description


Justice is a young boy who struggles with expressing his feelings about his father's incarceration until one meaningful visit with his dad helps him to develop enough courage to finally share the truth with his classmates. After discovering that he is not alone, he uses his experience to help his peers cope and normalize speaking out when in need of help.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Social Issues / General (see also headings under Family)

Language:English

Pages:44

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781737298908


Overview


Justice is a young boy who struggles with expressing his feelings about his father's incarceration until one meaningful visit with his dad helps him to develop enough courage to finally share the truth with his classmates.

Read more

Description


Justice is a young boy who struggles with expressing his feelings about his father's incarceration until one meaningful visit with his dad helps him to develop enough courage to finally share the truth with his classmates. After discovering that he is not alone, he uses his experience to help his peers cope and normalize speaking out when in need of help.

Read more

About the author


Rasheeda Jones, proud Alumna of Clark Atlanta University is a social worker, mental health advocate, writer, and now author who is passionate about bringing positive change, advocating on behalf of others, and inspiring others to be the change they wish to see in the world. She also serves as a community organizer with Initiate Justice and Essie Justice, advocating for social and criminal justice laws that impacts families effected by incarceration.Embodying her various roles as a devoted daughter, sister, aunt, loving friend to many, Rasheeda's ideals and vibes spews the importance of viewing the world through an Afrocentric perspective. She's ultimately committed to breaking the stigmas of mental health while aiming to provide a sense and platform for healing.

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