It's in the upper middle.
No this was the first
No this was the first; however, her reading of the book made it interesting.
I felt that this book was one sided. It put too much focus on blacks being locked up; however, there were points made about self responsibility.
Books like these are good due to the facts that they give; however, it does not offer any suggestions for prevention and being a countable for ones own actions.
This book is full of knowledge and eye opening facts correcting the misconception that is race in this country. It helps the reader understand the cause and effect that brings down the black community from both social and institutional standpoint. It truly is a must read if you have a desire to better understand what walking around as black man or women is like in the United States. The fear is real. I hope people choose to better understand
This book does not leave a stone unturned. It sets a pace and maintains it from beginning to end, and never disappoints. I look forward to the follow-up. Excellent for a glimpse of what's really going on in America.
This is an amazing audiobook that every black male should expose himself and his children to. What you don't know about the Criminal Justice system could cost you more than you think!!!!
I had only one struggle with this book. that struggle was that Michelle seems to believe that we have no control over our own destiny, and that everything we experience as Black people is systemic... That is not the case. other than that... this book is riviting, real, and important for all Americans and beyond
A real eye and soul opening book. A lot of what goes on we are oblivious to. The financial and law enforcement incentives to allow disparate treatment of people of color is frightening and daunting
Should be a staple for everyone , every school, every politician , and everyone in law enforcement
The comparison to the old Jim Crow and slavery are striking. Don't think the country is ready for the types of reforms needed to fix this HUGE problem. They are necessary though!