Chanae Jackson is intentionally audacious in her pursuit of justice, equity, and creating permanent power shifts from the powerful to those who are seemingly powerless In her debut literary work Chanae highlights and reeducates her readers regarding the detrimental effects of complacency while waiting for change. Her insight places a mirror in front of readers, and allows them to ask themselves, "Am I a change-agent, a culprit, or am I complicit?" Within "Yeah, I Said It, I Don't Give a D.A.M.N.," Jackson provides a call to action to ALL people, especially those in power (and with perceived power). Ironically, she proves that power is not ONLY for the privileged, but power belongs to anyone who is willing to stand up, show up, speak up, and ultimately level up This requires courage to address disparities, allegiances, mindsets, and the N-words. Jackson's thoroughly provocative literary work helps readers realize that there is nothing more detrimental than simply not giving a D.A.M.N.