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So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo: Another race related read. What I struggle with most when I read books on this topic is what I can do, as a white male, to better the conditions of society for all BIPOC people, and society at large, without it coming across as tokenism. I’m still working on this. I appreciated that Oluo brought her personal experiences as a mother and the interactions she has with her children into the book. These examples helped to make the arguments in the book even more real.

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