Spinning Into Butter
During the time that she spent teaching in Lancaster, Sarah Daniels learned to hate minorities, especially black people. This deep-seated prejudice came with her when she relocated to a small town in Vermont and became the administrator of Belmont College. She had hoped that this bucolic New England town would free her from having to deal with minorities, but when one of the college's students falls victim to a vicious hate crime, it is her job to address racism on campus and outline a plan to combat it. First, though, she will have to deal with her own seething racism.