It's a whole new game in the arena. A game early 21st century black Americans never expected. The game of Donald Trump. For 52 years, many of us have slowly been under the illusion of inclusion. After the civil rights act was signed in 1964, the doors of opportunity opened in jobs housing and education. We could finally move into stylish neighborhoods, send our children to better schools and enter into job areas without being discriminated against. Decades passed and we all got a bit spoiled. Yes, it all seemed so good at some points that it appeared that racism had indeed faded away.Especially when the first African American president was elected in 2008. I felt good, but not to the point I thought that all racism had faded and after Obama won in 2008, I laughed when I read an article written by a young black businessman who claimed we were now living in a post racial society. Nothing as intense as American white racism can instantly disappear after a 400 year stint. I never gave up my quest on trying to bend a black listening ear when I talked about Black history. It's strange though I never could get enough people to stand and listen long enough to me. Whenever I started talking about it, I would get odd facial expressions, arched eyebrows smiles would disappear and negative responses. I was talking to my brother-in-law once during Black History month. I was telling him about a copy of a book I was reading on the subject of slave narratives, he frowned at me and asked me why would I want to read something like that and accused me of being " a joy killer." His response to me was just typical most so-called post racial blacks didn't want to hear "that mess." Yes, they all thought that we as blacks had entered a new realm of racial relationships so dwelling on our past was not needed. Not we have Donald Trump a president. A man who talks about deporting millions of Hispanics and Muslims. A man who, after his election has drawn out millions of white racists from their hiding places. Days after his election, many whites been to physically and verbally assault Muslims and Hispanics. Did you see the one where a large of white students chanted during school lunch break to a group of Hispanic students to "build that wall?" Hate symbols are being sprayed on the side of buildings and there was an incident reported of white students in a middle chanting that since Trump was elected it was o.k. to be racist. So now, thanks to Trump we all can see that a post racial America is nothing more than a fantasy! And instead of tossing those black history books in a back corner of your closet pull out and read them. We all should be concerned about our future. And we should be extra concerned when we hear a news commentor use the term America is entering uncharted waters in the regards of having Donald Trump as president. It wouldn't hurt to reach out and show kindness to your black neighbors. Just a simple hello, how are you," can even help, especially if you have blessed with a job title that may be in a higher position than most black people and you spent all your time being in the snobbish realm. These are scary times and we don't know as black Americans what is going to happen to us since there is a white man with a fiery temperament and unpredictable behavior about to be seated in the white house. Finally, I asked again, all you blacks who neglected to observe your history in this country and for the past 52 years as we were given more opportunities and you moved further into a world that denied the existence of systemic white racism. What do you say now in the age of Donald Trump?