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Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite
Not All Americans Are Racist by Nicole Weaver is a combination of an autobiography, a political commentary, and an appeal to young people to usher America into a new society. Unlike the stories of the injustice the back stories tell, Nicole Weaver's takes on life resonate with grit. “...we can waste a tremendous amount of energy allowing other people’s ignorance to deter us from making our dreams come true, or we can align ourselves with those people that extend a hand to help us move forward in life. I chose the latter.” Teaching in school after school, working with principals who were out to show that she is unfit to teach, as well as others who were greatly helpful and encouraging, handling students who were plainly racist, as well as others who were more than kind to her, she is finding her resolve to see more amicable racial relations created in America becoming stronger.
Not All Americans Are Racist by Nicole Weaver is more or less a balanced view of American society. “I will forever remain thankful that I set foot in the United States," she says, “where all dreams can be made true by hard work and perseverance.” Learning a new language and its culture, she rightly says, has the potential to ease race relations. This is a captivating book where more than the visible elements of discrimination that may upset one emotionally, and the unseen and latent factors affecting better race relations that are difficult to erase is discussed profusely. Well done, Nicole Weaver.