Sister Souljah is a Rutgers University graduate. She was noted for her strong voice, acute political analysis, cultural allegiance, community activism, and humanity during her undergraduate years. Sister Souljah gained the love and support of her African American community after graduation by founding a national student and youth movement. She is credited with helping homeless families by establishing after-school academic, cultural, and recreational activities, weekend academies, and sleep-away summer camps. She collaborated with prominent mainstream celebrities to make her efforts available to all young people and families in need for free.
Souljah was Public Enemy's lone female performer and voice, and she was a multifaceted woman. She is also a mother and a wife. She lives wherever she is pressing her pen as a storyteller who makes the entire globe her home.