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White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo: I’m not certain I have the words to express what I feel now that I have completed this read. The authors approach to putting such a charged and historically entrenched topic into perspective may not sit well with some. However, it’s an important topic regardless of opinion. Making a distinction between—being a racist and being complicit in racism—caught my attention early on in the book. While I would never label myself as a racist (does anyone actually call themselves this?) I certainly can see some of the ways which I contribute to ongoing racism. I still haven’t processed all of the thoughts I’ve had since reading this book, but know that this work certainly deserves another, closer read, with some guidance to fully unpack and appreciate what its offering.

January 27, 2020 2020 race reviews books


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