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Rapper Finds Her Voice

4/27/2016, 12:11 p.m.
The plight of women has always been about finding her voice and through her voice finding herself and her freedom.
A compilation of poetry written by Portland native ShaRhonda McCauley deal with racism, vanity, and complacency of black progression.

The plight of women has always been about finding her voice and through her voice finding herself and her freedom. “Rhyme Scheme: Power Edition Volume 1” is a compilation of poetry written by ShaRhonda Lynne McCauley, a Portland native and community member who takes us on a journey through mostly rhyme, telling a story of self-discovery and self-declaration.

Being a hip-hop performer, McCauley approaches poetry and spoken word in a direct manner with strong rhythmic patterns and hard-hitting rhymes. Some of her subjects deal with racism, vanity, and claiming power over anything that oppresses.

The book is available at Amazon and other book sellers.