Unfortunately I only became aware over the past two years that libraries in European American communities are selective in presenting information to the serviced community. Basically these libraries are dedicated to gathering book collections that present European Americans as being the thoughtful, kind, honest, and best race that has ever lived on the planet Earth.
You will be surprised at what books by other races, some award winning books, can not be found in the holdings of libraries in European American communities.
It is a form of reverse censorship. Keep from the people written information that you do not want them to know. Hiding the racist, genocidal background of the United States of America is a path that many institutions, under the names of public libraries, have conspired to support.
Here are sample of books that present the truth about the ugly side of America. If you do not find these books in your local library, then the truth is being kept from you.
"Before the Mayflower" by Lerone Bennett Jr..
"Native American Testimony" by Peter Nabokov
"The New Indians" by Stan Steiner
"The Earth Shall Week: A history of Native America by James Wilson
"The Day Freedom Died: The Colfax Massacre, The Supreme Court and the Betrayal of Reconstruction" by Charles Lane.
You will find this same strategy in our educational system. The truth on how European Americans systematically annihilated the Native American culture has not been taught in schools in the United States. The fact that European Americans were too lazy to manage and develop the land stolen from Native Americans will never be taught in schools in the United States. That laziness lead to the American institution of slavery and the kidnapping of thousands of human beings to do the work European Americans were too lazy to do themselves.
European American libraries are where European American fantasies come true. They are monuments similar to the ones now being taken down across the country. If you live in a European American community, look for a book that has an opinion contrary to the belief that European Americans can do no wrong. How many can you find?