Many people have su_ ered and actually died from "medical malpractice." What's even more astonishing is that many more have survived going through such ordeals in spite of having no one to support them. It's as if the entire medical and judicial worlds have chosen to remain totally deaf on this issue.
How could such a thing happen in this day and age?
I Am Still Here is one woman's courageous testimony of her personal experience of organizational bullying, social irresponsibility, and medical malpractice. The book depicts the behaviors of three organizations within the military and the major vices they used in their dominant positions to control her actions by doing harm to her, and by ignoring the harm done. This memoir, dedicated to all those whose lives have been taken over by organizational bullying or personal bullying, as well as all those whose lives have been damaged or destroyed by legalized drugs, provides a sobering wake-up call to America. Zaziiz Dinkins encourages struggling readers to make sense of ethical wrongdoing and injustice when professionals and officials betray our trust. She reminds us that God is saying, "I Am Still Here!"
"Zaziiz Dinkins has done it again. Her poetry book, Exalt Him! His Name is JESUS, was phenomenal, and her new book shows just how far her wisdom and knowledge will take her. I Am Still Here is a definite eye-opener-that once you start reading it, you will not be able to put it down. Excellent!"
- Reverend Jerome Washington, Pastor, New Mount Calvary Baptist Church, New York, NY.