This book is an unveiling of the egregious behavior of white America perpetrated against people of color, particularly the black man that they so commonly named Negro—a name that primarily denotes “a piece of commodity-usable property.” This is an exposé on love and forgiveness or how else can we, as a nation, or even the world, move on. This book reveals how the black man accepted being a Negro, a piece of commodity, and, even now, refuses to detach himself from that subservient consciousness of the Negro.
I Ain’t Nobody’s Negro is the beginning of a quest to change people’s consciousness of who they are. The black man was systematically taught, for over two hundred years, that black is bad and white is good; thus is the reason why he fries his hair straight, colors his eyes, and bleaches his skin—all to be as close to white as he can. He was trained to subconsciously hate himself. This book shows the black man how to become self-fulfilled and self-reliant and how to love himself as well as those that committed the hate-filled atrocities against him over the years.