Using the richest of language, ONE DAY highlights the complexities facing mankind today. Writing in first person the author opens avenues of understanding by becoming the voice of the people behind the story. From the chains of slavery to the horrors of abuse, from the terror of the battlefield, to the breakdown of the family, a whirlwind of emotions rise and fall as the author embodies an excruciating honesty in a most unexpected format
"It All Went Well" - Katrina and the San Diego Fires
"Revoked" - Blackwater in Iraq"Diabolical Mass" - Genocide in Darfur"Earth" - Global Warming"Martyr" - The War in Iraq"Bastard" - Discrimination"Epilogue to a Slave Girl" - Race and American History"Perfect X" - Ethnicity"Trafficked" - Drug trafficking In this collection the author openly discusses, war, slavery, race, health care, crime, religion, AIDS, cancer, spousal and child abuse, mental illness, suicide, love, and moral and immoral relationships. Through a wonderful provocative prose, she makes their voices heard. The chapters on life, include such pieces as "Recital", "At Eight", "Cancer""I Miss It"and the title piece "One Day"