2ND review of: "Black like me."
As we come into the story John Griffin basically introduces himself to the audience. He states that for many years he was frightened by the thought of what it would feel like for a white man to walk in a black mans shoes and what it's like to be discriminated against? And so he leaves us with these thoughts.
The authors' purpose for writing this book is simply factual. He speaks of letting it be known about how Negroes in the South are treated simply due to the color of their skin, and what it felt like for a white man to be a black man in the South. Griffin decides simply that the only wa…
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