This is a powerful and insightful account with suggestions of what white society, especially men, can learn from women and darker skinned people. This book focuses on solutions which should be acted upon in order to achieve, in some way, Dr. Martin Luther King's dream of a just society. Find out what some white men really think about people of African descent ? Asians ?Latin Americans ? and women. 'A timely challenging read which is a further wake-up call for the need for greater social justice in the UK.The author's scholarly approach and eye for detail have resulted in an accessible book that should resonate with academic and the uninitiated alike.' - Richard Reddie - writer and cultural commentator.