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Until Amerikkka admits, recognizes, apologies, and PAY reparations, I will never feel that I am truly a "Citizen" of this country. Just think about his…. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bernard Copeland
What Robinson saw in America remains a challenge for many. The book is so relevant, I keep giving copies away to those who simply don't know, or acknowledge, the contributions... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sharon M. King, Ph.D.
It told the story, young black need to know it is important to know ones history and appreciate what others have done.Published 13 months ago by Jerrraine Wynter
brought this book as a gift to my father--he enjoys historially reading especially from the old school -- and relating it in today's society.Published 18 months ago by Yvonne O. Williams
Very interesting point of view. Exquisite writing. Read 2 or 3 times. Randall Robinson is a very interesting man. Expresses himself very well as a writer.Published 18 months ago by T. FRANKLIN
Mr Robinson really put the touches on this one. He explained with detail how he feels about leaving his native America, but he shows no animosity only thoughtful insight into his... Read morePublished 18 months ago by datsun
I purchased this book because I felt that I could relate to the plight of the author. Sadly, I completely relate to his American experience from the perspective of a descendant of... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Elohimah
I have followed Mr. Robinson for many years. This is one of his best by far...excluding "The Debt." While I have never felt "comfortable" living in America... Read morePublished on January 20, 2012 by ms. catron