'Breaking Through Racist Clouds' is an anthology of 37 essays which focus on the lived experiences of racism faced by people of Caribbean heritage. The book was compiled in response to the continual struggle for equality and humanity for black people in America and the United Kingdom. This compilation is a harmony of testimonies across generations, families, and geographies. The shared experience of black people in America and the UK has not changed, whether in professional life, education, or retirement. These words speak to the truth of experiences which are not new and which are often repeated in the lives of many black people, even today.