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Written by Robert ID683   
Saturday, 08 January 2005 10:51

In a time of political turmoil, one woman completely disregards the fundamentals of being polite and delivers a bold and outspoken diary that represents individuals whose concerns are often ignored. Filled with a multitude of controversial topics, The POWER journal - Chronicles of a Revolutionary Black Woman in White America, captures the literary essence of The Boondocks comic strip, a Michael Moore documentary and Def Poetry Jam; as told through the perspective of a Black woman living in an often color-conscious and shallow society.

“My goal in writing The POWER Journal has always been to give the intelligent reader something they can relate to, as well as provide a positive alternative to the ‘fa sheezy, my neezy’ mentality that the market is constantly bombarded with.” WASET

The POWER journal - Chronicles of a Revolutionary Black Woman in White America offers something of a cross between a hip-hop album and a fiery political commentary. The author, Waset, is well versed on current trends and she bridges her focus into a parallel that welcomes audiences from varying generations and cultures. The POWER journal covers topics such as the sagas of Whitney Houston, R. Kelly and Michael Jackson, the War on Terror, the state of American politics and rap music, brothas on the down low and much more.

CollectiveWorks is proud to introduce - The POWER journal -Chronicles of a Revolutionary Black Woman in White America ("Golden Collector's Edition") a WASET flow.

Available Now at www.waset.net

Waset’s educational background, although extremely unconventional, is an intriguing story in itself. She was home-schooled by her father until her second semester sophomore year of high school. She graduated Valedictorian of her high school class and went on to achieve success at the university level. She maintains however, that the education she acquired during her years inside conventional school settings, never even came close to the knowledge that her father instilled in her. When asked where she resides, Waset usually replies, “On planet Earth; obviously some people don’t!”

To read excerpts from The POWER journal - Chronicles of a Revolutionary Black Woman in White America, or to contact the author, please visit www.waset.net.

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