Here's another great one for you!
Found in my social psych book!
James Jones-University of Delaware
"As a Yale graduate student, I was invited to write a book on prejudice. Wanting to take readers past the individual blame aspect of prejudice, I entitled the volume Prejudice and Racism and explained how race problems are embedded in society. Prejudice is ultimately not a race problem but a cultural problem. European-and African heritage cultures differ, and their differences are the soil from which springs cultural racism-the intolerance of those whose culture differs. In today's world of ethnic mixing, we must learn to accept our cultural diversity even as we seek unifying ideals."
Sounds like anything he wrote would be an interesting read.