Nationwide — What Did You Think Was Going To Happen? by Clinton E. Galloway explores the effects on Black America and how the South-Central community of Los Angeles is being denied access to technology. The book explores a United States Supreme Court ruling that supported the right of Black America to access technology.
The City of Los Angeles, with the assistance and complicity of major black politicians, would refuse to comply with the judgment of the U.S. Supreme Court. The refusal to comply would result in Black America being permanently left behind by the technological revolution going on within the United States and the world.
The author’s first book Anatomy of a Hustle-Cable Comes to South-Central LA was a highly documented demonstration of how systemic and institutional racism is enforced in major cities in the United States. The book, published in 2012, was selected by Kirkus Reviews as one of the best books of the year and has a five-star rating on Amazon. The complicity of major Black politicians is an issue that the author seeks to explore in this book.
The 194-page work tackles more than 40 years of troublesome political and socioeconomic history in South-Central Los Angeles and exposes the myriad factors that contributed to a corrupt city government, poverty, and severely damaged civil rights for the areas with people of color. The author’s unique first-hand account of the activities during this period of time intends to cause the reexamination of the effectiveness of Black leadership in America.