I need a 750 or more word essay done by tonight or tomorrow morning about a book called “Between the world and me”, it has to answer these following questions: Coates writes that race is the child of racism, not the father (7). What does the author mean by this? How does this assertion force us to think about the history of race and racism in the United States? How does this apparent reversal of common sense force us to rethink the history of race and racism in the United States? Do you remember the first time you were aware of your own or another persons race? What was that like? How did you feel about it? What, if anything, has changed in your perception of race since then? Why?