CHICAGO — For the first 34 years of his life Michael Fosberg believed he was white — then he discovered his African American heritage.
This life-changing event led to a remarkable journey of self-discovery. He writes about that in his new book “Nobody Wants to Talk About It: Race, Identity and the Difficulties in Forging Meaningful Conversations.”
Fosberg joined WGN Weekend Morning News to talk about his book.
For more information about the book visit incognitotheplay.com.