In times like these when racial tensions are at an all-time high, a reality check is long overdue. In this book we take an in-depth look into the current perception of black people in Oregon. This state is well-known for being mainly white , with many people not even believing that black people exist here.Black People In Oregon is a first of its kind. In this raw and uncut analysis, it breaks down the inner-workings of a range of issues affecting black Americans today. From the systematic racism that’s rife in American society, to the gentrification of poor areas; this book uncovers the truth behind the headlines as we gain a realistic insight into racial inequality in the US.This book predominantly focuses on Oregon — a state with just a 3% black population. In the midst of the black life matters protests, author Marlon “Prxscott” Abah decided to write this book to give a voice to the struggles of black people living in white-dominated areas. He picks apart the root causes of the state racism and shows us the real life perception of black people in the region.