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Andy Kimbel and Amanda Love provide entertaining commentary of the news of the day along with thoughts on the Human Career. Join us and our special guest Delores Jordan. " In her self-published memoir, In My Family’s Shadow,, Delores E. Jordan, the older sister of Michael Jordan, claims that she was sexually abused by her father between the ages of 8 and 16 - and that her mother chose to ignore the evidence. When young Deloris finally confessed to her mother, Mrs. Jordan discounted her story as lies and silenced her daughter by threatening to put her in a “girls’ home.” Delores is the second oldest of the 5 children born to James and Delores Jordan. A North Carolina native and a divorced mother of three, she has resided in Pennsylvania for the past 13 years. In 1993, shortly before her father’s murder, and before divorcing her second husband, she embarked upon the journey to finally resolve past issues with her family and her painful struggles within. Writing became an outlet to her in an effort to stay sane during insane times and thus this book was born. The road to bringing her story to life was hard and treacherous at times, but she refused to turn back. Criticized, ridiculed and ostracized by her family, she knew that she had to follow the journey to the end. Wouldn't you like to be one of Michael Jordan's siblings? Riding the wave of his celebrity, being showered with all things fancy, having the ultimate bragging rights. Hell, you'd be famous just for having the "Jordan" moniker. Well according to the eldest sister, Deloris E. Jordan, being Michael Jordan's sister carries a weight that the public does not see and that not many people could bear -- including Deloris herself. > Call in and join the conversation at 515-605-9888. The phone lines will be open.<