By Michael W. Waters. The author ruminates on the sacred places and spaces in America’s racial history he visited as part of a cross-country trek in 2019-2020. Connects our racist past with the current sociological and political climate, offering challenges and hope. From poems and prayers to sermons and eulogies, from rally cries to commentaries, illuminates not just our present struggles, but also the hope and belief in a better day to come. Ultimately, challenges us to consider our role, collectively and individually, in the troubled waters of racism, and what we are willing to do to create something better. Learn more.