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Princess's journey has taken her from the dusty villages of Zambia to the offices of world leaders from the White House to the United Nations. Her message is that we can now become the first generation to end extreme poverty, if only we have the will to do so. Her story shows that even though life is uncertain and our time may be short, we each have a role to play in bringing healing and hope to our world.
A percentage of proceeds from the sale of this book will support children affected by AIDS.
"Warrior Princess" by Princess Kasune Zulu is timely, shocking, and provocative. 'Princess' is not her title. It is her name, her identity. In January of 1998, at age 21, she learned she was HIV-positive and had six months to live. Today she is still alive and strong and calling the world to fight AIDS with her.
"Warrior Princess" is a well-written, captivating first-person narrative. In it, Princess presents her case and explains her fight for the 15 million children orphaned by AIDS--she being one of them. Her strong voice comes out in her writing. She does not keep secret even the unfortunate aspects of her life, but explains how God used everything for His glory. Against all odds, Princess is still fighting for the lives of millions, and through this book she asks us to fight with her. "We can make the decision that on our watch as the custodians of our planet, we will no longer tolerate the pain and destruction...Are you with me?"
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Posted July 22, 2012