This book offers a comprehensive and thorough account of the Black experience in America from the early 1600s to the present time. From the journey endured by kidnapped Africans to what their offspring are still enduring today, this work highlights factual occurrences that are not found in the history books of America’s grade schools. Kids are growing up with no education of their ancestors’ plight and some children are raised without knowledge of the actions their ancestors played. Hopefully, readers will gain knowledge that will change their outlook toward other races. If we are to live together, we honestly have to remember our past.