Every work day, literally millions of black people in America feel as if they are being racially marginalized, disregarded or disenfranchised while on the job and at work by their white employers and co-workers. The general and socially accepted option of action for these black people is to learn to “go along to get along”; that is, to “keep working on your job”, unless things happen to just get too crazy. “Too crazy”, you ask? Yes, each and every black American has, and always holds onto, their own individual perception, idea and understanding about how much, is too much, for any person to be asked to put up with, just in order to “keep your job”. Of course and rightly so.