The Leaky Pipeline: Access to Higher Education
Race, Space, and Place: Environmental Justice
For each chapter in the book I have created a short, introductory video.

Color by Number

Back of the School Bus: K – 12 Education
Criminals or Children?: Juvenile Justice
Preventing Medicine: Healthcare Access

Many deny that racism remains pervasive in America today. How can we open eyes to the continuing disadvantages that keep many people of color from fulfilling their potential and having an equal chance to achieve the “American Dream”?

By presenting the impact of racism on the most innocent and powerless members of society– children of color – in the form of statistics, this book hopes to change attitudes and perceptions.

Children have no say about where they are born or what school they attend. They have no control over whether or not they get medical treatment when they fall ill. They can’t avoid exposure if home is in a community blighted by pollution. The questions this book poses are: What responsibility do we expect children to take for their life circumstances? Do those conditions blight their futures? If they aren’t responsible, who is? Are some in society privileged and complicit in denying people of color the advantages and protections from harm most of us take for granted?

Next Steps as a Social Change Agent
This book is published through  Stylus Publishing.

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