After AIDS/HIV left her orphaned, Princess Kasune Zulu raised her six siblings alone and eventually tested HIV positive herself. Despite these challenges, Zulu decided early on with God's help to be a victor and not a victim. That decision would send her on a journey to advocate for orphans, vulnerable children and those suffering from HIV and AIDS which has lead from the villages of Zambia to the United Nations and beyond. This book is her hopeful and healing story.
"Zulu brings almost regal strength, hope, and a sense of responsibility to this memoir. Openly and tirelessly, she turns AIDS into an injury to the global body that readers won't be able to ignore." (Publisher's Weekly)
"The first time I met Princess Zulu I was impressed by her physical beauty and her effervescent personality. But I was equally taken with her deeply spiritual, intensely personal relationship with God born out of suffering and difficult situations. She is an amazing woman! If we speak at the same event, I do my best to make sure I speak before her so that I don t have to live up to her ability to capture a crowd! I m proud to call her my friend and sister." (Kay Warren, founder, HIV/AIDS Initiative, Saddleback Church)
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