Robert S. Griffin
This book is made up of the personal statements about race from seventeen white Americans. What they share is that, for them, the fact that they are white is more than an incidental, insignificant, or peripheral aspect of their being; it is central to how they view themselves and conduct their lives. The men and women you will meet in this book arenít public figures or leaders of organizations. They are everyday people; a postal worker from Philadelphia, a college student from Texas, an attorney from New York City, a bookstore owner from Washington State, an appliance repairman from Connecticut, a teacher from Chicago, and so on. The words in this book are speakersí as they spoke them; they havenít been altered, softened or censored.
162 pages ----- Soft Cover