Was Cold & Hungry, Now Supreme Court Justice

This is the book I’m currently reading. I’ve only read the preface so far but when I read this…

“I am forever indebted to my son, Jamal, who gave me a reason to live when I thought I had none.”

I had to write.

I can totally relate to that statement, and I know many others can also. It’s so funny how us as humans have so much more in common than we sometimes think.

According to biography.com, Clarence “knew what it was like to be cold and to be hungry.” I love memoirs because they show you the struggles as well as the successes.

I’m excited about this book.

Margo

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