Put an End to Racial Discrimination and Stereotyping Now! Using his research and social experiences, author John Davis offers sound solutions and suggestions to correct the negative and unfounded stereotypes of black people Crown Point, IN a (Release Date TBD) a There is no denying that racial prejudice and discrimination continue to exist and hound us all. For author John Davis, we need to establish a deep understanding of one another, learn how to respect each culture and realize that we are all the same in order to combat stereotyping and racial tensions. In his quest to make a difference for the better, he offers sound solutions to readers with his new book What do White Americans Want to Know about Black Americans but are Afraid to Ask, released through Xlibris. The text is a compilation of facts designed to address and correct negative and unfounded stereotypes surrounding black people, particularly Black Americans, to generate dialogue and positive communication between black and white racial groups. These views were compiled by Davis after much research, travel in many states, and having formal discussions with lots of people of different races. With the objectivecontent of this volume, readers will learn that we are all basically alike and that there is no need for prejudice and discrimination to exist between us. In the end, What do White Americans Want to Know about Black Americans but are Afraid to Ask demonstrates that all people are alike regardless of their origins, backgrounds and mentality. Help establish social peace and make a difference by ordering a copy of this touching book online at Xlibris.com or at your local bookstore today!Southern food and SOUL FOOD are both high in fat oil; and many items are fried rather than steamed, broiled, grilled, or baked. ... In 1994, she did a series on the show on her own personal weight-loss story, which educated a lot of Americans on ... Recently, some tabloids targeted Tyra Banks, commenting on weight gain.
|Title||:||What do White Americans Want to Know about Black Americans but are Afraid to Ask|
|Author||:||John H. Davis|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2007-11-05|