Protaganist, novelist, philosopher, and political activist for Latino empowerment.
“When men bear the same ideals in their hearts, nothing can keep them incommunicado: neither walls of prison nor sod of cemeteries. For a single memory, a single spirit, a single idea, a single conscience, a single dignity, will sustain them all." (Fidel Castro)
Jennifer Lawson Zepeda lives in Los Angeles after returning from a year in El Salvador. She is writing another novel -- Coffeeman and editing her personal memoir.
A feisty American-born, socialist woman...a Castro-hating Cuban with a Madonna-whore complex.
Love blooms, but not without the Cuban learning about Anastasia and her independent spirit and the dangers before her!
You can get your copy of her novel: Anastasia and the Cuban at:
Race: The Power of an Illusion - PBS
An education on the institution of racism. This PBS Series takes the reader through history and defines why racism is still affecting Americans today.
Jennifer Lawson on Writing
They told me I couldn't do it. They told me my writing sucked. They told me that a dyslexic would never publish a book. They told me a lot of things. I proved them wrong.
This blog is to motivate those who are being told they can't do it by self appointed experts in the literary world.
Picture your child in prison
The truth about immigrants and children in prisons across the U.S. What if it was your loved one?
This is America! We don't treat children this way...right?
Shame on this country!