The Caribbean region is a place of diasporas who were came from their nations in Europe, Africa, and Asia by European colonial/imperial history, and had undergone the racial conflicts. This thesis aims at studying for racial conflict and reconciliation among Caribbean diasporas in Jean Rhys`s Wide Sargasso Sea and Jamaica Kincaid`s The Autobiography of My Mother. I will analyze the racial conflict between Antoinett, a white creole, and Tia, a black girl, and then research the possibility of reconciliation with regaining Antoinett`s identity as a Caribbean diaspora. In Kincaid`s The Autobiography of My Mother, I will analyze the racial conflicts among the African, the European and the Caribbean descendants and then research a solution to the conflict. In wide Sargasso Sea, Antoinette percepts her real identity as a Caribbean diaspora through exclusion by her husband/white colonizer and then gets a reconciliation with Tia. Xuela, in The Autobiography of My Mother, percepts her real identity as a Caribbean diaspora through abortion Mr. LaBatte`s baby as a colonial successor and then solves the racial conflict through accepting the inevitable death.