Did you know that in New York City 88% of police stops in 2019 involved Black and Latinx people, while only 10% involved white people? Or that in one US survey, 15.8% of students reported experiencing race-based bullying or harassment? What is there left for us to do to disrupt racism?
From the multiple book awards-winning author of "Black Injustices" Robin Pace comes a "revolutionary" approach to understanding and eradicating racism and inequality in our society-and in ourselves.
Some Americans insist that we're living in a post-racial society. But racist thought is not just alive and well in America-it is more sophisticated and more insidious than ever. And as the author Robin Pace argues, racist ideas have a long history, one in which nearly every great American thinker is complicit.
In this deeply researched and fast-moving book, Pace chronicles the highlights of the story of anti-black racist ideas and their astounding power over the course of American history.
Here is a preview of what you will discover in this best-seller:
- The 6 reasons why racism is so eradicated in American society - PAGE 91
- Why 93% of the most common facts about racism is FAKE and the real TRUTH that TV news has been hiding for years;
- An intricate look at the history of race in the U.S. and deep chronicling of how anti-black thinking has entrenched itself in the fabric of American society; - PAGE 63
- The EXACT ways racist ideas spread throughout the United States; - PAGE 75
- The #1 mistake 97% of white people make that leads to toxic approaches with people of color (and the exact steps you must take to avoid it) - PAGE 123
and much, much more.
NO MORE HALF TRUTHS.
NO MORE BIAS.
NO MORE RACISM.
"In Understanding Racism in America, Robin Pace offers us the tools we need to expose racist thinking. In the process, he also gives us reason to hope."
- Kendra Charles, The Everyday Ledger
Are you still wondering why talking to white people of racism is so challenging?
Find out the answer now: invest in your knowledge and deepen your understanding of racist ideas while learning how to finally uproot them in the society you are living in.