A Voice Out of Poverty

A Voice Out of Poverty

A woman's ascent from devastating poverty and childhood trauma to international standing as a prominent advocate for the poor and helpless.

Kirkus Best 100 Indie Books of the Year, 2022
One of the most coveted designations in the book industry, the Kirkus Star marks books of exceptional merit.

About the Book

A Voice out of Poverty is no longer published by Top Reads Publishing.

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“A remarkable account that captures the horror of hardship and the power of charity.” Designated Kirkus Best 100 Indie Books of the Year, 2022
“A Voice out of Poverty is a vivid, harrowing, and inspiring account of survival, triumph, and a career in charitable outreach.”
“A moving and uplifting memoir about one woman and her family’s battle against soul-crushing poverty.…testimony to the indomitable human spirit.”
A beautiful story of resiliency that never shies away from the horrors and hardships that made Haslam the woman she is today. Recommended for fans of Brené Brown and those who enjoy self-empowerment books.”
– Library Journal, Emily Bowles
“… more than a singular memoir of achievement, but a broader inspection of how personal experience can drive social and political change… This memoir should not be limited to library autobiography sections alone, but should be made part of book and social issues discussion groups, studies on contemporary Indian society, and examinations of the changing roles of women in leadership positions.”
– Diane Donovan, Sr. Reviewer at Midwest Book Review
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