N. D. “Indy” Brennan presents…


It’s the first book ever written where the roles of the races are reversed and the children of former slaves and former slave masters are afforded the opportunity to see how things may have been if they were to walk in each other’s shoes.

The First European Slaves Arrive:

A counterfactual exploration of historical reversal

The Benefits Of The Slaves Reversed:

Socioeconomic dynamics In the book

The Benefits To The Slave Reimagined:

Role reversal and societal transformations in the hypothetical narrative



Indeed, the title has been misinterpreted, falsely suggesting that the author harbors a personal grudge against all white people, which is far from the truth. Instead, this book serves as an experiment or exercise meticulously crafted to cultivate empathy and awareness in each reader.

THE HARDCORE TRUTH: Gaining a genuine appreciation for someone else’s lived experiences often requires walking in their shoes or encountering similar challenges. Until such shared experiences occur, expecting others to fully grasp one’s own journey may prove practically unattainable. This book aims to grant neighbors the opportunity to step into each other’s shoes and foster understanding.

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The Truth About The Slave Trade

The documented figure of over 15 million slaves victimized by slavery in America barely scratches the surface of the truth. Although approximately 12 to 15 million slaves were forcibly transported to America from Africa, this statistic fails to encompass the vast number of descendants that arose from these Africans during the 246 years of enslavement. The true impact and enduring legacy of this dark period in history extend far beyond the initial numbers, making it essential to recognize the broader historical context and its lasting consequences.

Africa to America

According to the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database, over the period from 1525 to 1866, a total of 12.5 million Africans were transported to the New World in the entire history of the slave trade.

Unseen Suffering

However, this statistic significantly underestimates the true magnitude of Africans who endured enslavement, loss of life, or displacement due to the slave trade. The notorious "Middle Passage" across the Atlantic claimed the lives of at least 2 million Africans, accounting for approximately 10 to 15 percent of those subjected to this harrowing journey.

Perilous Passage

An additional 15 to 30 percent of individuals succumbed during the march to or captivity along the coast. In total, for every 100 slaves who completed the journey to the New World, another 40 tragically lost their lives in Africa or during the harrowing Middle Passage.

Constricted Cruelty

Upon boarding the ships, slaves endured the harsh reality of being bound together with chains and confined in spaces, often measuring less than five feet in height. A poignant description likened the arrangement to being packed together "like books upon a shelf...so close that the shelf would not easily contain one more." The conditions were deplorable and deeply inhumane, leaving an indelible mark on the history of the transatlantic slave trade.

Deadly Voyage

The death rate on these slave ships was very high - reaching 25 percent in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries and remaining around ten percent in the nineteenth century - as a result of malnutrition and such diseases as dysentery, measles, scurvy, and smallpox.

Defiance Triumphs

Numerous slaves succumbed to disease or chose to end their suffering through suicide. However, a significant number of African captives also united in defiance against slavery, orchestrating daring escapes and establishing "maroon" colonies in remote regions of South Carolina, Florida, Brazil, Guiana, Jamaica, and Surinam. These resilient communities stood as symbols of resistance and resilience amidst the darkness of the slave trade era.


“Imagine, Life As We Know It But Suddenly In Reverse…“

The author presents an audacious book that dares to challenge the reader’s perceptions by crafting a narrative where white people assume the role of slaves, and individuals of color become the slave masters. This unprecedented work pushes the boundaries of storytelling and ventures into uncharted territory, making it an exceptionally daring and thought-provoking literary creation.

European Slaves Are Brought To The New Country (1619)

White males and females are brought into the country to contribute to the development and growth of the new land.

A White Slave Kills Master Okoyoke’s Daughter (1819)

Yuri Okoyoke, the daughter of the renowned cotton magnate Master Okoyoke, suffered a tragic fate when she was violated and murdered by a trusted white slave within the community’s local marketplace. This horrifying incident left a profound impact on the treatment of white slave men, women, and children throughout the country, forever changing the dynamics of their lives and the way they were perceived.

An Escaped White Woman Is Boiled In Oil After A Failed Uprising (1831)

On November 11, 1831, following a just trial and conviction, Jane Gatuti, an enslaved White woman, met a horrific fate as she was subjected to death by boiling in oil. Her conviction came after being found guilty of leading a revolt against her enslavers. The incident stands as a haunting reminder of the dark realities faced by those trapped in the shackles of slavery.


The book “What If White People Were Slaves” has received exceptional reviews, prompting readers to envision a time when white people (Caulkers) faced severe inequalities, with restricted access to water, bathrooms, and living quarters compared to people of color. While some Americans may find the concept offensive, as it challenges the notion of such violations directed towards them, the book endeavors to paint a thought-provoking picture of an alternate reality, illustrating how life might have unfolded if historical racial roles were reversed.



The American experiment has profoundly influenced the entire world in ways that might elude understanding or awareness for some. Throughout history, no other documented account of slavery in any country or era has been executed with such alarming cruelty as witnessed in America. Moreover, its enduring impact persists to this day, with some trying to deny its significance. This book aims to enlighten readers about the profound and global repercussions of that period while shedding light on emotions that continue to resonate in the present. Now, imagine a life as we know it—the history we might be inclined to deny—abruptly unfolding in reverse, challenging us to confront an alternative perspective.

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