NEW YORK (PRWEB) August 05, 2020
Stella B, a mother of two daughters who was raised on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, has published her new book “Injustice by Law”: a devastating memoir of abuse and revictimization by a New York City agency charged with helping at-risk families.
The author shares, “Being a colored woman living in public housing, I dealt with the dilemmas of injustice from the law. I became a victim from my abuser, only to be revictimized by the Department of Children Services. I was fighting against all odds in order to get my daughters back home. I didn’t get a chance to heal from my kidnapping and abuse. I had no help from the police department in the beginning of my disappearance. My family begged for help from the law but was turned away. Then the Department of Children Services turned my abuse and my multiple sclerosis against me and my parenting.”
Published by Page Publishing, Stella B’s engrossing book is a raw and poignant account of her battle to regain custody of her young daughters.
Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “Injustice by Law” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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