The greatest gift that a writer can give to their readers are to empower them through words. Being a writer is indeed a responsibility, a responsibility that is very crucial because every writer’s voice is the reflection of his race, country and for his origin. By that being, a writer is a keen observer of his society—an observer of the things that are bad and good. Living a legacy like that, an author like King Bell is a perfect example of a writer whose lifework is an exceptional one. His book “American’t” contemplates the old fashion problem of racism in America and how it still lingers in society today. When finding a book that plunges into the idea of racism and racial inequality in America today, The Corporate Plantation on Bell’s book is a great place to be…