by John Bankston (Goodreads Author)
Like many hip-hop stars, Marshall Mathers III rapped about surviving prejudice and poverty in the inner city. Except Marshall was white. Growing up in a rough section of Detroit, Michigan, he often experienced prejudice because of his skin color. When he took to the stage as Eminem, he endured the same bigotry.
As a kid everyone from his teachers to his favorite uncle told...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published June 1st 2003 by Mitchell Lane Publishers
(first published May 2003)
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