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I Ate the Cake

By: Darline Amos-McElroy
Narrated by: Phylicia Wissa
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She ran enough. And running away could not be the option with so much at stake. Unexpectedly receiving a 194-page email attachment, a Texas school counselor’s hopes of a fair system shattered. In black and white, the pages reflected systemic racism. Immediately, Darline understood why her supervisors’ microaggressions dominated the workplace. How does a Pastor’s wife turn the other cheek while doing the right thing?

The author included the district documentation that fueled her determination in the revised edition. Darline’s emotional and sometimes witty storytelling beamed a bright light on workplace injustices. Fighting against the organizational gaslighting, Darline pushed through the mental obstacles.

I Ate the Cake, A Journey for Justice, is a creative Christian nonfiction memoir detailing the war cry for justice. Often caught between her emotions and the desire to mature spiritually, Darline McElroy painstakingly took a stand. She refused to be pushed out. If she left, it would not go unnoticed. In this one-woman fight against a large Texas school district, the school counselor rang every bell to sound the alarm. Will her faith be enough?

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