In Not All Americans Are Racist, Nicole Weaver recounts her experiences with racial discrimination and the non-racist white individuals who made it possible for her to attend and finish college. As an immigrant from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, she is thankful for the opportunities America has offered her. She believes the election of Barack Obama has ushered in the most profound change in the field of race America has experienced since the Civil War. In short, the election of Barack Obama is shaking the foundations on which America has existed for centuries. In Not All Americans Are Racist, Weaver makes an appeal to America’s youth. Join the author: use this book as a resource to teach young people the value in treating all individuals regardless of race, creed, and sexual orientation with dignity and respect.