Raped Black Male

Raped Black Male Raped Black Male tells my story of being homeless and struggling to overcome depression while coming to terms with being sexually assaulted by my sister at age eight Beginning in my middle school year

  • Title: Raped Black Male
  • Author: Kenneth RogersJr.
  • ISBN: 9781681815404
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • Raped Black Male tells my story of being homeless and struggling to overcome depression while coming to terms with being sexually assaulted by my sister at age eight Beginning in my middle school years, the novel weaves its way through the 90s to present day, as the stress of exceeding expectations of what it means to be a black male and the crippling unspoken belief thaRaped Black Male tells my story of being homeless and struggling to overcome depression while coming to terms with being sexually assaulted by my sister at age eight Beginning in my middle school years, the novel weaves its way through the 90s to present day, as the stress of exceeding expectations of what it means to be a black male and the crippling unspoken belief that says without saying it s impossible for a man to be raped has forced one mental breakdown after another, resulting in thoughts of suicide This memoir is filled with depth, humor, and honesty about the reality and myth of what it means to be a black male not all of us can handle a basketball or football , while explaining the burden and responsibility each assigned title has had on my life, the way I prepare my seventh grade students to enter the world, and the way my shattered thoughts have forced me to interact Using original journal entries written during my early life, each page is inspirational and told from the heart About the Author Kenneth Rogers Jr s first book Thoughts in Italics is a book of short stories published in 2008 His first novel, Writing in Margins, focuses on mental health through a character able to manipulate events with whatever he writes in his journal His second novel, Sequence, is science fiction and the winner of the Next Generation Indie Book Award and the NABE Pinnacle Achievement Award in science fiction His latest book, The Diary of Oliver Lee, is the first in the Chronicles of the Last Liturian trilogy He is the father of two girls and an inner city teacher of humanities in Balti, Maryland Publisher s website http sbpra KennethRogersJr

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    • The book “Raped Black Male: A Memoir” by Kenneth Rogers Jr. was an interesting book. In his memoir Rogers talks about many different things. Such as getting raped at a young age, being homeless and life in general.When I first chose to read “Raped Black Male: A Memoir” I thought I was going to be in for some heavy, emotional reading. The first chapter of Rogers’ book goes along with the title of the book and is very emotional. This is where he tells how he was raped by a family member. [...]


    • Vulnerable, moving and inspirational Raped Black Male: A Memoir is an excellent book that many should read. Kenny Rogers writes in such an honest way and provides vivid details of the horrors of child rape. I was moved and brought to tears. It can be triggering for survivors, but I still highly recommend people read it. I believe this book will empower rape survivors of any gender to share their stories and begin the healing process. But this book is not just about rape. Kenny also provides well [...]


    • Heartbreakingly honest about experiences of rape and depression. The book is about half memoir interspersed with short fiction pieces.


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