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Remember One Thing: Do Something About the Things That Bother You!

I don’t wanna yell but I am annoyed today. I am annoyed with all of the articles that I’m reading about people who have been lynched, hung, electrocuted and otherwise treated unjustly in the United States of America. It is not enough to simply SPREAD a story […]

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You’re Invited: Young Adult Author / Director Skype-ing with Youth Organizations

As a part of my 30 days of Yasmin celebration — I’m celebrating my birthday for 30 days this year–I am scheduling Skype booktalks and film talks with youth schools and organizations. At no cost to you, we can have a 30 minute conversation on the following […]

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Get Your Autographed Retaliation Book – Birthday Promotion!

Some of you may know that my birthday comes every year on October 23rd.  This year in celebration of my birthday, I’m sending out autographed copies of Retaliation for $10… I’m paying for the shipping to anywhere in the continental US for the $10 purchases. I’m starting […]

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TOTD: You cannot help someone else, without helping yourself

TOTD= Thought of the Day! We live in a world of the stingies! People who hoard everything that they get, who hold back on the very gifts that they’ve been given, and who’d just as soon let an opportunity rot then to help someone else out of […]

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In My Opinion: The Murder at Bowie State

Alexis Simpson is the 19-year-old Bowie State student who is accused of murdering her 18-year-old roommate, Dominique Frazier. According to various news reports Alexis and Dominique didn’t get along particularly well and after an argument that began over music, a physical altercation began. Those are all the […]

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  • Book Research: Black Defendants Are Often Wrongfully Accused
    YASMIN SHIRAZIn my recent book, Accused, one of the main characters is accused of a crime that he didn’t commit. In looking at the criminal justice system in the United States, there are plenty of people who are convicted of crimes only to find years later through DNA […]The post Book Research: Black Defendants Are Often Wrongfully Accused appeared first on […]
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