This book makes you stop, think, and question. It stays with you, haunts you and makes you reflect on yourself and how you treat others. I stumbled upon this little gem quite by accident as I was looking for books which addressed social justice for a graduate course. I was astonished. Griffin has gone above and beyond to explore racism. This story takes place in the 1960s and is told from his experiences. He chemically and medicinally darkens his skin to become a black man. His experiences are heartbreaking. He witnesses both kindness extended by complete strangers and chilling cruelty from neighbors. I won't give spoilers or too much detail as you must listen to/read this book for yourself.
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