"Kansas City residents who are proud of their metropolis might wish Tanner Colby had never written “Some of My Best Friends Are Black,” despite the book’s superb qualities. Why? Because Colby examines the failure of racial integration in the United States by examining the separation of African-Americans and Caucasians in the workplace, in churches, in schools and in residential neighborhoods.... And in the neighborhoods section of the book, Colby damns Kansas City as one of the most racist American cities when it comes to keeping African-Americans in their place through housing discrimination.


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