In this powerful book, Dr. K. Edwin Bryant confronts difficult conversations to help non-blacks reinterpret public responses to oppression imposed on and experienced by the black community.
Dr. Bryant offers a real-life characterization of how justice disrupts the organization of power along racial lines and the final analysis needed to pull Black people apart from reliance on the 'double consciousness'.
This is a lifeline and safe place for people who benefit from privilege to openly admit they share in and benefit from the privileges of being White – and the courage to help make America a better place by rejecting racism.
Filled with purpose and urgency, this book serves as a call to action to deconstruct and dismantle the systemic and implicit biases that continue to oppress nonwhite people in the country, particularly Black Americans.
It is a beacon of light unveiling a new community on the horizon. Dr. Bryant reminds us that an intense reframing and re(presenting) rage is the action that moves (America) toward progress – not just protest.