In Black & White: Healing Racial Divide, the author delivers a straight-down-the-middle version of the race problem in America and around the world. A child of the south and the civil rights movement, he equally speaks to black and white hang-ups when discussing racial problems.
He explains conversation killers such as white-guilt and black-unforgiveness. He compares Supremacy, Racism, and Unconscious Bias-noting that a person who simply has a bias is not a racist. He explains European Assimilation Mentality (EAM) which is a major obstacle in racial healing.
He also shares his heart-touching family experiences from the Jim Crow era to today. He calls out a major American institution where racism has found refuge-the Church. He answers the question: How can all races reduce this modern evil that has plagued society for thousands of years? Highly recommended for all races, clergy, and counselors.