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In Black and White

By MaryAnn Diorio

Description:

A white woman. A black man. And their forbidden love.

Can endurance and faith sustain the love between a white woman and a black man, threatened by rejection, guilt, and racial injustice? Can love alone reconcile their starkly different worlds, lighting the way to a bright future together?

When graduate student, Tori Pendola, a white American woman, and Jebuni Kalitsi, a Ghanaian exchange student and heir to his tribe's chieftaincy, fall deeply in love, they must face not only their own inner demons of rejection and guilt but also the demons of societal hatred bent on destroying their relationship. Will their love survive the cruel and bitter attacks against them? Or will hatred and prejudice gain the upper hand?

In Black and White is a deeply moving story of the power of God's love to restore all that is broken in their lives.

Book Takeaway:

Jesus Christ is the only solution to the problem of prejudice, whether racial or otherwise.

Why the author wrote this book:

I have two adopted grandchildren who are African-American. Because of them, I have become more sensitive to the tension between blacks and whites. I wanted to show in my story that there is only one race--the human race--and that Jesus Christ is the only solution to the problem of prejudice, whether racial or otherwise.

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