George O’Hare, retired Sears Executive, former Motivational Speaker, former host of Accentuate the Positive radio and Can-TV show provides readers with the last word on racism. It’s an experience he lived as a “racist-in-training” from early childhood, to a full-fledged racist in early adulthood. Sadly, 90-year old George O’Hare passed away just days before the advance copies of his book were released.

Emma Young is an author, freelance writer, screenwriter, marketing consultant and former advertising executive. She has contributed articles to a number of magazines, including The Spiritual Perspective, Saints Magazine, Salon Clique, Shoptalk, South Shore Current and West Of the Ryan Current.  She has written two previous memoirs, No Other Way and Bronx Rhythms and Jim Crow Blues, in addition to two children’s books, It’s Good to be Me and One Day Kevin Got Mad. She considers Confessions of a Recovering Racist her best and most important work to date. She has known George O’Hare for nearly 40 years.