This is about racial profiling in Liberia, and I feel it would be suitable for everybody to know about. Throughout the existing accusatory writing, sometimes Liberians and foreigners have dominant thought about whether racial profiling is ingrained in the people. The founding of Liberia has exalted the descendants of American black free slaves at the expense of descendants of African natives. The accusation of manipulation by each group has intensified the divisiveness of Liberians. Such outflow of hostility has amounted to many wars and the interlocking system to belong in a group for an identity. I want Liberians and non-Liberians to read my book for the capsule of racial profiling, which started in 1821 by agents of the American Colonization Society during an undetermined event and into the twenty-first century.