If You Were Not Black
This 194 page coffee table book by author Curtis Jackson, Jr., illustrated and compiled by Brenda Womble, depicts events and stories about systemic racism from the Jim Crow days to the present broken America. It portrays a system of inequities that are by design and woven into the fabric of the nation. As a result, a slavery continuum is perpetuated, and no tactics or strategies are too mendacious in achieving its goal. America’s history and personal stories in this book reveal the relationships of whites and blacks that have been consistent throughout generations. As a result, the book seeks to reconcile differences and merge the paths of division in pursuit of “one nation, under God, with liberty and justice for ALL.
|Dimensions||12 × 12 × 1 in|