Black, White, and Grey: A New Look at Racism Over the Last 50 Years - Gerald Zezas - A Short Summary & Review


A short summary of Black, White, and Grey:

A look into the ethnic relationships in modern America.

My favorite Gerald Zezas quote from the book:

"Racism is the prism through which those who practice it see the world."

Questions to ponder while reading the book:

Do you recognize the reality of racism?

Do you expect different things from different people?

My review of Black,White, and Grey:

A good, logical explanation of the current state of Ethnic Relationships.

Does very well to stay neutral and unbiased.

*Really, it's 2021, why haven't we gotten this worked out yet?*


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