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100 1  Sanchez, Reymundo,|d1963- 
245 10 Lady Q :|bthe rise and fall of a Latin queen|h[Hoopla 
       electronic resource] /|cReymundo Sanchez and Sonia 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bTantor Audio,|c2017. 
264  2 |bMade available through hoopla 
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511 1  Read by Rebecca Mitchell. 
520    Offering a rarely seen female perspective on gang life, 
       this raw and powerful memoir tells not only of one woman's
       struggle to survive the streets but also of her ascent to 
       the top ranks of the new mafia, where the only people more
       dangerous than rival gangs were members of her own.  At 
       age five Sonia Rodriguez's stepfather began to abuse her; 
       at ten she was molested by her uncle and beaten by her 
       mother when she told on him; and by thirteen her home had 
       become a hangout for the Latin Kings and Queens who were 
       friends with her older sister. Threatened by rival gang 
       members at school, Sonia turned away from her education 
       and extracurricular activities in favor of a world of 
       drugs and violence.  The Latin Kings, one of the largest 
       and most notorious street gangs in America, became her 
       refuge, but its violence cost her friends, freedom, self-
       respect, and nearly her life. As a Latin Queen, she 
       experienced the exhilarating highs and unbelievable lows 
       of gang life. From being shot at by her own gang and 
       kicked out at age eighteen with an infant daughter to 
       rejoining the gang and distinguishing herself as a leader,
       her legacy as Lady Q was cemented both for her willingness
       to commit violence and for her role as a drug mule. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
600 10 Rodriguez, Sonia,|d1967- 
650  0 Gangs|zIllinois|zChicago. 
650  0 Gang members|zIllinois|zChicago|vBiography. 
650  0 Sexual abuse victims|zIllinois|zChicago|vBiography. 
650  0 Violence in adolescence|zIllinois|zChicago. 
700 1  Rodriguez, Sonia,|d1967- 
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