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Catch the Display for Jaime R. Carlo-Casellas’ Book “Race Does Not Exist” at the 2023 L.A. Times Festivals of Books

Author Jaime R. Carlo Casellas addresses common issues on race and racism in his sociological book.

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“I appreciated reading this logical, scientific, and sociological book arguing against prejudice and hate. Well done.” – Duane Brown, Amazon customer

ReadersMagnet, a self-publishing and book marketing company, will display Jaime R. Carlo-Casellas’ book “Race Does Not Exist: We all Descend From the Same Maternal Lineage” at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festivals of Books, which will take place on April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.

Co-authored with Philip Drucker, Esq. Ret, “Race Does Not Exist: We all Descend From the Same Maternal Lineage” focuses on debunking the concept of race and explores how race is nothing but a social construct made by humans to impose superiority against each other. This eye-opening book will make readers, especially the younger generation, realize the importance of altruism and how to apply it in real life.

Unfortunately, racism is prevalent in today’s society. Racial prejudice and xenophobia are everywhere. People nowadays see each other according to the “race” they belong to, which can exclude the other person for some reason. This book will again remind readers how people as single species will always have more in common than differences.

The authors believe that if one allows superficial assumptions about a person’s nature of character based on nothing more than the color of their skin, sexual preferences, gender, ethnic, or cultural background, then their ability to learn, grow, and succeed will be at a significant disadvantage. They want to instill in their readers that all humans are connected in many ways. And the idea of race is only created to divide humans.

Dig deeper into the issues of race and racism as presented by Jaime Carlo Casellas and Philip Drucker. Get a copy of “Race Does Not Exist: We all Descend From the Same Maternal Lineage” on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Know more about the author by visiting his website at and

Don’t forget to check out the book at the ReadersMagnet exhibit booth for the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festivals of Books.

“Race Does Not Exist: We all Descend From the Same Maternal Lineage”
Author | Jaime R. Carlo-Casellas, Ph.D.
Published Date | September 30, 2022
Publisher | Newman Springs Publishing, Inc.
Genre | Racism, Anthropology

Author Bio

Jaime Carlo-Casellas Ph.D.’s mission is to help those whose life is hindered by stress-related disorders and inspire them to sketch out the blueprint for reaching the life they deserve. Jaime holds a doctorate in Experimental Immunopathology. He is a certified life coach, mindfulness instructor, consultant, and registered yoga instructor and has undergone training in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy. During the Vietnam Conflict, he served as a medical service corps officer in the United States Navy. Jaime is the founding director of the Stress Management & Prevention Center, LLC, in Cathedral City, California.

As a prolific writer, Jaime’s publications appear in LA Yoga Magazine, Healthy Times Newspaper, Health and Fitness, and Desert Health News. Jaime’s books address the notion that human suffering will always persist as long as superiority subsists.

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