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Book details
  • SubGenre:Healing / Prayer & Spiritual
  • Language:English
  • Pages:100
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667839257

Make It Out

by Robdreka Simmons

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This content can classify as motivational, inspirational, and religious. My content may not be pleasing to all people. My goal here is not to offend anyone but simply help everyone. I'm simply covering different challenges I faced that others may face as well. The goal is to help you through these challenges and finding yourself.
I want my African American community to know who we are and realize the oppression we are in. I want everyone of all cultures out of oppression. I recommend that teenagers, young adults, and adults read this book. It doesn't matter what race or gender you are because we all need the motivation to make it out of certain things we are bondage. How do we make it out? We can be in so much bondage that we become oppressed. But there's only one true way out of the oppression. It's time we make it out.
About the author
Robdreka Simmons, a young adult, who grew up in Greenville, MS grew up facing many challenges of diversity. She was a passionate writer. Robdreka Simmons started writing poems in the 5th grade, after being inspired by her teacher, Monique Chiu. She became serious about her writing in middle school once her teacher, Ashlee Pitts, inspired her to enter a writing competition. Her teachers knew she possessed great writing ability, so they inspired her to do something with it. Robdreka later became a part of a summer camp that her teacher MS. Pitts introduced her to, Girls Write The World. She began to do showcases in her local community. Robdreka's mother, Rosie Simmons, published her first book in the year of 2019, called Secrets, which inspired her to push out her own. She wanted people to know that anybody can do anything they put their mind to no matter where you come from.