Never forget: the riveting story of one woman's journey from public housing to the corridors of power
In an inspirational account of her life and humble beginnings, the White House official fondly remembers her childhood in the "projects" and offers readers her insights into poverty and racism. National ad/promo.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Will Never Forget
11 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
abortion abortion debate African-Americans alcohol Alex Haley America asked aunt and uncle Aunt Pearl baby became began Beth Bible Bizzie Bizzie's black community black folks boys brothers called Charles child Christian Chuck church Circuit City Clarence Thomas Coles condoms Creighton Court Crisis Pregnancy Center Daddy debate drug eyes face father Faye Wattleton feel felt friends front girl going Hampton heart hospital hurt Jesus kids knew learned live looked Lord Louis Sullivan Mama Mama's mind months mother Mount Vernon National Right needed neighborhood never forget night Nine-Mile Road parents play pray pro-life public housing pulled realized remember Richmond Roanoke Rodney King safe sex slaves someone speak talk teachers tell things thought told took tried trying Virginia voice walked wanted Webster Davis woman women