Pamela Smith, author of Begging for Justice Speaks

Pamela Smith, author of Begging for Justice Speaks

We are very grateful to have had the opportunity to have the Queen Mother and warrior, Pamela Smith on our show Nu Eyes 2 See. Her story of being a lost Queen caught up in the system, becoming “state property” an inmate, abused, raped and whose cries for justice were ignored was an eye-opening, documented account of the sheer evil of the global white supremacy system. Being classified as a “dysfunctional child” and placed in a “special education” system, her life was predestined to be treated as less than a citizen. As she talked about her experience, I had to cut my camera off several times to hide the emotions that her story triggered. Please be aware that the graphic details of this video may not be suitable for all audiences.

 

 

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Have you read her book?

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JJ
JJ
17 days ago

I am hearing of Pamela Smith for the first time. In former times I used to overlook these kinds of stories, maybe because I don’t live in Africa or the United States and we black people of the Caribbean don’t have as many of these stories in proportion to our population. These days I have found an interest in these stories because the challenges of my sister is a challenge for us all. I am going to get my copy and add my comments. There has to be a movement, and we are all a part of the effort. This… Read more »

Sherry
Sherry
15 days ago

Definitely I have not read this book but definitely having read through ehrr and checked a couple of things about her on the internet, I can safely assume that she has a strong profile of an author o would like to read her work and I like that. This Pamela smith is actually interesting and definitely would be going to read this book. Thanks

Payton
Payton
15 days ago

Wow, such an inspiring story. It’s hard to see how the world we live in today has not grown from all the white supremacy that abides in the society from all those years ago. It’s actually very sad to see all those kinds of things. I’m happy to see how she has moved from all that pressure and all that issues she faced to become a better person. Really inspiring.

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