Ward Connerly's campaigns against race preferences in California
changed America's racial landscape. Now he has taken that campaign
national. His organization, the
American Civil Rights Institute, seeks to educate the public nationwide about racial and gender preferences.
"Creating Equal," Connerly's new book, tells the human story behind his fight. He describes how his commitment to racial justice grew out of a proud black family that refused to be broken by poverty or to take refuge in the dependency he believes keeps blacks at the bottom of the social ladder. The book describes how one man's willingness to break ranks created a movement whose end is not yet in sight.
WorldNetDaily reporter Geoff Metcalf recently interviewed Connerly about his book and his latest battles. Read this fascinating interview in Sunday's edition of WorldNetDaily.