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Exposed, by Deborah Jean Burris-Kitchen, PH.D.

An uncensored, raw critique of America’s political, economic, and class structure, Exposed is an in-your-face real-as-dirt critique of American society in real-time.

This memoir of short stories and poetry transports the reader through a journey of unfiltered versions of love and social injustice through the eyes of a sociologist.

Exposed takes the reader on an expedition highlighting her struggle to find love and earn respect as she crashes against wave after wave of toxic masculinity. She lays bare women’s victimization as they continue to fight for empowerment and equality. In the final chapter, her poetic words of protest tear down the iron curtain exposing all the inequities of the American Caste system with a desire to provoke social change.

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