For those who are willing to wear new glasses and take a different (science-based) look at people surrounding them, this book is a must.
Aroll Exama has a doctoral degree in Science. He was born in Dame-Marie, a small coastal village in Southern Haiti. His secondary studies in a cosmopolitan high school among young Italians, Africans and Haitians etc. and, later, his marriage with a white french canadian have shaped his life among different cultures. It is not by chance if today he feels called by race relations. He has written this book as a modest contribution to the collective effort that has already been undertaken by many others who have devoted their science and erudition to the fight against slippages and the simplistic, dishonest and willful interpretation of science.