Tuesday, January 29, 2013

On The Line with Radiah Hubbert - Sister Souljah - January 2013


On The Line with Radiah Hubbert - Sister Souljah - Author of 'A Deeper Love Inside: The Porsche Santiaga Story' -

Sistah Souljah talks to Radiah Hubbert about:
- Her latest book 'A Deeper Love Inside: The Porsche Santiaga Story'
- Her thoughts on the juvenile justice system
- Her favorite book to read and why
- Her upcoming project
- And Much Much More!


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2 comments:

Missy said...

Very informative interview Radiah, I cannot wait to read Porche's story. I remember Winter's sisters all was named after cars: Mercedes, Porche and one more??? (memory fails me) This book was written sooooo long ago and still today its THE book wow.
A Deeper Love starts from my understanding in the interview when Porche is 8 huh? Wow amazing.

My ministry at church is the prison ministry and one of the reason I choose this ministry is because I believe this is where the least amount of justice is served.
It amazes me that someone could committ a crime at age 10 or younger and have to remain in jail the full term, how do we rehabilatate in prison? Is there any?
I never realized the COLD reality behind the title "The Coldest Winter Ever" tonight listening to the interview I got it and it blew me away...

The author is a deep sister who I would love to sit and chat with, good for you Radiah you got that opportunity and shared it with us the readers...Thanks

Oh wait about the book SS said "after 15 yrs Winter is different" I cannot wait to see her growth or lack thereof maybe bitterness heck 15 years is a long time to stew after a fall.

Thanks you for telling stories that are real....
God bless!

A.L. Smith said...

Love all of her books. I appreciate the effort she puts forth in researching topics that readers can really use to generate new perspectives concerning urban life.