Racism in America explores the complicated and provocative issue of racial bias in America. Its main goal is to inform n-African-Americans of the pain and humiliation that attends acts of race-based discrimination, regardless of whether such acts are unwitting or driven by animus. Racism in America contains dozens of illustrative personal anecdotes involving racism that the author has experienced over the decades. Each story includes a discussion of why the author ascribes the label racist to a particular person or behavior. The result is a uniquely insightful, consciousness-raising book that challenges you to examine your own attitudes about race matters.