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  • How to avoid (some) mistakes

    Speaking as a white guy, there's no way white folks can talk about race without at least sometimes saying stupid things. Reading this book can help us avoid some of the stupidest things.

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  • Revolutionary

    One of the most comprehensive introductions to navigating conversations about race relations I’ve ever read. This is the exact sort of work that needs to be distributed (with proper compensation to its creator) to move people forward in these conversations, encourage them to research more and find ways to be more empathetic and understanding.

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  • So you want to talk about race

    Great read open a different point of view. I can be expressive without showing anger

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    this book made me very uncomfy but like ina good way

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  • Eye-opening and insightful.

    I found this book to be incredibly insightful and frank. As a white person, there is so much about living in North America—I am Canadian, not American, though this book is still very relevant all the same—that I am unaware of simply because this society caters to whiteness and a proximity to whiteness. Ijeoma Oluo has a tone that is very to-the-point, and I appreciated it while reading. Her refusal to coddle white people, yet put in the effort to teach us is very grounding. It really makes you consider how often Black/Indigenous people of colour are adjusting their tone to avoid offending when their very lives are on the line. I rate this book 5/5 stars and an absolutely essential read for everyone. Especially white people.

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