Further, Tatum’s White Americans students correctly benefited from the Tatum race class. Opposed her pre-class concept that racism occurred in small pockets within the Southern states, one White lady learned from Tatum’s race class that racism is rampant throughout the nation (Tatum 6). Another White American affirmed the race class is improving to the favorable point of generating hypersensitive feelings on the race issues (Tatum 7). After viewing the class presentation of “Eyes…” documentary movie, Chris learned racism was a reality, a slap on the White Americans’ faces. Barbara was embarrassed, felt stupid, and angered after the class discussion on the White Americans’ discriminating against the Japanese during World War II (Tatum 7). Peggy learned from the class that being White automatically makes her a member of system that affords dominance to the White race (Tatum 13). Lastly, Connie learned that her unintentional statements and actions were classified as bordering on discriminating the non-White members of our American Society.Furthermore, Tatum’s African American students rightfully received benefits from Tatum’s race class. During the class, Robert had higher hopes that the White Americans will be more open to the African Americans, talking more on the issue of racism (Tatum 9). During the immersion phase of the Tatum race class, Sharon (African American) joined two other African American students. The three focused on improving the well-being of their race.