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When you’re the eldest of ten children raised in a strict Muslim home, it isn’t easy to question your religion. It’s even harder to turn those questions into a tell-all coming-of-age story, replete with religious betrayals, rebellion, hypocrisy, and redemption. Sonsyrea Tate on her life after the Nation of Islam.
- Sonsyrea Tate Montgomery Managing Editor, The Washington Informer; and author of "Do Me Twice: My Life After Islam" (Simon & Schuster/Strebor)
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