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The Mee Street Chronicles: Straight Up Stories of a Black Woman's Life

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The Mee St. Chronicles: Straight Up Stories of a Black Woman's Life is the extraordinarily candid memoir of Frankie Lennon's battle to claim her own life and sexual identity. Beginning with vivid stories of growing up in segregated Knoxville, Tennessee of the 1950's, we are propelled into her struggle to find freedom from the many prisons and conflicts that bind her. From ...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Kerlak Enterprises
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Frankie Lennon
Jun 08, 2011 rated it it was amazing
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This is a fast-read and amazing memoir that pulls no punches. It covers the author's struggle with alcoholism and Alcoholics Anonymous, with accepting and acknowledging her lesbianism, with family dynamics, with her work during the early AIDS crisis at Minority AIDS Project, Los Angeles. Like It!
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