This book is about injustice in corporate America. Upon Ms. Foote's personal journey to America from Ethiopia, she first believed a person could obtain the 'American Dream' by working hard. She also believed in a just U.S. Court System. Now, after going through horrendous court battles (from 1996 to 2007), her beliefs in the system have been corrupted. The case was about racial discrimination and losing her store. After going through years of litigation, a jury found the shopping center owners guilty of racial discrimination. For pain, suffering, legal expenses and six years of interest for damages, the total amount was over $4 million dollars. But because of her lawyer's negligence, she lost most of the money. She sued her lawyers with the help of a Legal Malpractice lawyer.The result of this and her physical deterioration are the reasons she wrote this book; to expose the corruption of the corporation and the ensuing legal malpractice, and also to aid those who may have gone through or may have yet to go through a similar situation. This was a landmark case in Colorado concerning discrimination on a commercial lease.