This is an excerpt from the book's Conclusion:
One of the things that struck me profoundly as I watched the impeachment proceedings was that most of the people involved were white. On both sides of the aisle, Republican and Democrat, and on the witness stand, were white men and women deciding the fate of the leader of the most powerful nation on Earth.
It is in those type moments that I sometimes feel like I am viewing our country from the outside. I know that minorities have come a long way and that the demographic of America has changed dramatically since the time of my parents. But watching the impeachment proceedings made me feel like a minority, outnumbered and possibly without voice in the sense that I was trusting someone who didn’t look like me, to represent me and say the things that I felt.
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