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How to Be an Antiracist
How to Be an Antiracist | Ibram X. Kendi
From the National Book Award-winning author of Stamped from the Beginning comes a refreshing approach that will radically reorient America on the urgent issues of race, justice, and equality. Ibram X. Kendi's concept of antiracism reenergizes and reshapes the conversation about racial justice in America--but even more fundamentally, points us toward liberating new ways of thinking about ourselves and each other. Instead of working with the policies and system we have in place, Kendi asks us to think about what an antiracist society might look like, and how we can play an active role in building it. In his memoir, Kendi weaves together an electrifying combination of ethics, history, law, and science--including the story of his own awakening to antiracism--bringing it all together in a cogent, accessible form. He begins by helping us rethink our most deeply held, if implicit, beliefs and our most intimate personal relationships (including beliefs about race and IQ and interracial social relations) and reexamines the policies and larger social arrangements we support. How to Be an Antiracist promises to become an essential book for anyone who wants to go beyond an awareness of racism to the next step of contributing to the formation of a truly just and equitable society.
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SpookyDonut
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I got a cactus today! I‘ve named him Norman. He looks very good next to my library TBR pile. #cactus #owl #library #tbrpile

Smrloomis Norman is lovely 💕 Nice mug, too! 1mo
SpookyDonut @Smrloomis Thank you! I have so many mugs that I think I will retire this one for Norman‘s home for a bit. I plan on moving him in a few days. 1mo
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AmyG And there‘s your reason why some politicians don‘t want it taught in schools. 🤬 6mo
GingerAntics Yes to all of this!!! It‘s sad how many people don‘t want history out in the world. 6mo
kspenmoll Yes, yes, yes. 6mo
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Sbonnette
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@Gissy thank you so much for the thoughtful gifts and books. I love them all! I just made some tea for my new mug! Thanks @Chelleo for inviting me to be a part of my first #blitsyswap!

Chelleo Yay! What a great selection of items. Love that mug! 9mo
Sbonnette A wonderful selection. And the chocolate is divine! 9mo
Gissy I‘m glad you liked it! 🤗❤️❤️❤️ 9mo
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Cazxxx
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“What‘s the problem with being “not racist”? It is a claim that signifies neutrality: “I am not a racist, but neither am I aggressively against racism.” But there is no neutrality in the racism struggle. The opposite of “racist” isn‘t “not racist.” It is “antiracist.”

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TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 10mo
Andrew65 Great 👏👏👏 10mo
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Clare-Dragonfly
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Wonderful find at the #littlefreelibrary!

marleed Yes it is!! 10mo
SqueakyChu Great book! 👍 9mo
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tphil10283
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I have not been able to finish the second half. It‘s just not that engaging even though I like the idea.

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Catsandbooks
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4.5/5 ⭐️ Such an important book about racism in our society! This was informationally dense and I think I may have absorbed more if I had read the physical version vs listening to the audiobook, but then it would have taken me forever. I really liked Kendi's cadence and found him to be a powerful speaker.

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Catsandbooks
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✨Read at least 60 books. Keep up with all challenges

✨I usually pick a quote for the year, rather than a word. My quote this year is "You can do anything, but not everything" Reminding myself to not take on so much that I get overwhelmed and focus on what I truly love.

✨Tagged. Yes, though it's heavy, topic-wise, it's very important!

#thoughtfulthursday

Texreader What an excellent quote! 11mo
Julsmarshall Great quote! 11mo
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Kenyazero
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I'm joining @Andrew65 in #12Booksof2021, sharing one book every day that was our favorite read from a select month. February's face was a tough decision, but I really enjoyed reading this book. It had a lot of insights and information that was really valuable to me, and that I've been thinking about since I read it. #Nonfiction #Antiracist

Andrew65 Excellent choice. 11mo
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IndoorDame
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I‘m glad I finally got to listen to this as it‘s been in my audible library for ages. It‘s well read and thought provoking. Clearly intended to appeal both to white readers, and to readers of color equally. Even though most chapters covered material I expected, it‘s still invaluable to hear someone‘s personal thoughts and experiences. He‘s good at laying out the history behind the political terms he uses which I appreciated.

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Very thought provoking and quite hopeful in outlook by the end. ⭐⭐⭐

#pop21 A book found on a Black Lives Matter reading list.
#nonfictionnovember
#33by33 Another book finished this readathon!

Next up: Black and British by David Olusoga.

vivastory Kendi's Stamped from the Beginning is one of my fave books of the year. One of the most important nf books i've ever read 12mo
RaeLovesToRead @vivastory Thanks for the recommendation 😊 Will check it out! 12mo
vivastory It's very informative and dense. I had to read it in sections over the course of a couple of weeks, but it's stayed with me all year 12mo
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RaeLovesToRead @vivastory My understanding is that there is some overlap between the books, but that Stamped is more about the history of racism 12mo
vivastory I haven't read How to Be, but you're right. Stamped is a history of racist ideas in America from the time of the first slaves to the present day 12mo
RaeLovesToRead @vivastory I have works by David Olusoga, James Baldwin, Claudia Rankine, Caleb Femi and Maya Angelou to read on my shelf too.. going to start with Black & British 12mo
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violabrain
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A really fantastic book. I loved the personal memoir interspersed with all of the other content. It made for a very engaging read.

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Erin.Elizabeth10
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I‘m in a bit of a reading slow-down. I had been reading 1-2 books per week, which is really good for me, but it took me about two weeks to listen to this book because I‘ve had a lot going on that‘s taken away from reading time. But I think it‘s good I spent more time with this book! Each chapter was so rich with ideas, wisdom, questions, and challenges. I have so much respect for the author, and now I want to read Stamped from the Beginning.

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SqueakyChu
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True. That‘s the heart of it all.

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SqueakyChu
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One person‘s actions do not define a group.

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SqueakyChu
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...and the change does not happen until long afterward.

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Auntynanny
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I've wanted to read this book for a while, and I'm so happy that I finally did. It was interesting to realize that I am the same age as the author and to think about how different our lives have been. I will definitely be reading more from him in the future.

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laurel.orourke
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My first Libby audiobook. Very excited to make this a part of my commute.

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eflubliner
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Digestible, illustrative examples coupled with a fun storyline. Readable and on-point in today‘s climate.

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SqueakyChu
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This was the 2000 U.S. presidential election. So what does this portend for the future?

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SqueakyChu
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Can you see how biases are actually built into standardized testing?

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SqueakyChu
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It is not to make judgements about other cultures as compared to your own.

mdm139 I am still floored that in this day in age, highly educated people do not all think this way. 2y
SqueakyChu @mdm139 What you said is also sad and terrifying because it adversely affects so many people‘s lives. 2y
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SqueakyChu
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Food for thought.

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SqueakyChu
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I always used to ask others this question as I was deeply interested in learning about other cultures. I‘ve learned not to do this any more as, not only is it politically incorrect, but it seems like a way to either categorize, stereotype, or rate individuals. I now try to just learn about each person as an individual and hope that person will later share cultural details in which I am interested but without malice on my part.

humouress No, I think it shows genuine interest in someone. When we did a short stint in NY for my husband's work, pre-kids, I'd travel within the US with him and when folks asked 'Where are you from?' I didn't know whether to say NY/ Singapore/ UK ... 😊 Most of the colleagues he was meeting would have travelled from all over, too, so it was a valid question. I don't think we should lose our empathy going overboard to be pc. IMHO ;0) 2y
SqueakyChu @humouress Truthfully, I still sort of ask this question, but in different ways. Even if I don‘t ask THE QUESTION, I still try to get the answer to it in different ways. Personally, I like to know the answer to see what I have in common with others (where I‘ve traveled, how our ethnicities or religions are alike, what I‘m familiar with) rather than how we differ. I guess the issue is that not everyone who asks THE QUESTION does so with empathy. (edited) 2y
SqueakyChu @humouress The author makes the point that some people will follow this question with another question: “But where are you REALLY from?” In other words, you look like or you act like you are from (my preconceived idea of) elsewhere. (edited) 2y
mandarchy I ask people if they are from (insert town/place the conversation takes place). That gives people the chance to explain how they got to be there without the culturally loaded 'how did you get here' question. It invites them to share background, and some personal history. But asking them to explain their genealogical background or their cultural history is problematic and akin to saying, your English is really good. 2y
SqueakyChu @mandarchy I like this very much! I‘m going to try to do this instead of asking nothing. I love to hear about people from other places, but I don‘t want to be rude in my questioning. 2y
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SqueakyChu
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I‘ve always been annoyed by the need to fill in forms with racial identities. However, Kendi made me see why this is important. He is beginning to have an effect on the way I think. To me, this is good.

humouress When I see ‘Race?‘ on a form, I‘m always tempted to write ‘Human‘ 🤗 2y
SqueakyChu @humouress You say this maybe in jest, but that‘s what I told my daughter to say when she was little and people would ask her “What are you?” (in those exact words). I told her to say, “A human being.” (edited) 2y
BarbaraBB What kind of forms are that? I am never asked for my race on a form. 2y
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SqueakyChu @humouress I always try to avoid identifying myself by race on forms, but maybe I need to stop resisting and actually do this. I wish the world were not so screwed up that this is necessary. 2y
SqueakyChu @BarbaraBB Many kinds of forms have it. Most surveys have it. It seems as if I am *always* being asked my race. I hate answering because I feel this is personal information, but I see Kendi‘s point. It has opened my eyes. (edited) 2y
BarbaraBB That is quite racist indeed. We don‘t have that over here although I doubt my country is less racist. Isn‘t there the option ‘don‘t want to say‘ on the form? That‘s a possibility on most questionnaires here when asked for gender or income for example. 2y
SqueakyChu @BarbaraBB It does indeed seem racist, but Kendi‘s point is that “if we stop using racial categories, then we will not be able to identify racial inequity”. Forms do allow “prefer not to say”. Some forms, like the census form, have no category to opt out. Now there is usually a category for multiracial, but when my daughter was little I told her to pick whichever race was to her benefit, being that she is biracial. (edited) 2y
humouress I don‘t remember seeing it on forms in the UK (it may be against the law) but in Singapore it seems to turn up on every single form, probably just because it always has been. But if I‘m applying for eg a store card, what does it matter? Sometimes I get the feeling that this can be used to cause inequity, TBH 2y
SqueakyChu @humouress You may be right, but how does one know? I hate giving any information about myself that is not absolutely necessary. I always feel this information will not be used in a beneficial way if shared. It‘s a dilemma, for sure. I think maybe we should consider the agency or company that is requesting the racial information before sharing it. I think that racial demographics about covid vaccine distribution indeed highlighted inequities. 2y
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SqueakyChu
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There is so much to think about in reading this book.

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SqueakyChu
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It‘s taking a lot of concentration on my part to fully understand the information this author is presenting. It‘s also time I do this.

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audraelizabeth
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#bookspinbingo @TheAromaofBooks 1 book away from a bingo and i think this is the most books ive read in one month all year.
#booked2021 @Cinfhen #anti-rascism book @4thhouseontheleft @BarbaraTheBibliobarbar
Very thought provoking. It did help to explain how we can and should do better.

Cinfhen Woohoo!!!!! Awesome month 🙌🏻 2y
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 2y
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janeycanuck
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This was more academic than the other books on race I've read recently, which made it a more challenging read but the flow was so clear & logical. Kendi's personal stories & honesty made difficult topics easier to understand and this really helped me clarify my thinking on a number of things.

Riveted_Reader_Melissa I loved how he organized this, showing there is always room for more growth, and to be open to more topics. It isn‘t a once and done thing, but a continual learning and growing process. 2y
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JackOBotts
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A local church hosted this event featuring Dr. Ibram X. Kendi (& hosted by Amanda Ripley). Thrilled to have this viewing opportunity.

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SqueakyChu
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I am so excited to be able to read this book! I just received it from fellow #BookCrossing member hobbit from the #BookBuffet of our recent BookCrossing Zoom Unconvention. I‘ve heard so much about this book that I‘m eager to begin it. My husband has listened to the author while watching the news on CNN.

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audraelizabeth
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1. Tagged
2. Phoenix
Tag courtesy of @RamsFan1963 #two4tuesday @TheSpineView

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! Happy Tuesday! 2y
audraelizabeth Welcome. You too 2y
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Sresendez12
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I‘m finally to a point where I can post about books again, so be ready! I listened to this one on audio and I feel like I would have been better served reading the physical copy. There were many times I had to rewind because I was still thinking through one aspect of the book and missed the next part. Overall, a good book that I will need to revisit. #antiracism #booked2021 #k #litsyatoz March #doublespin

Cinfhen Hurray for getting back your #ReadersMoJo 2y
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 2y
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Hestapleton
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I didn‘t like this as well as STAMPED, but I also wasn‘t in the best head space for it. Additionally, I prefer nonfiction on audio and Kendi is not a great reader for me. His raised, passionate voice triggers some of my trauma points, which colored my reading. So it‘s a soft pick for me - lots of good info - but you‘ll probably enjoy it more than I did.

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mom2bugnbee
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Here we go.

As a 48yo WASP woman, I am just now learning the difference between "not racist" & "antiracist". I am 100% sure that I am "not racist". But am I "antiracist"? Stay tuned. (Probably not.)

Dr. Kendi recently joined the faculty of Boston U, where my older daughter is finishing up her freshman year. Excited for what might be in store for her during the next three years.

keithmalek I don't mean to ruin your little virtue signaling party, but not racist is good enough. 2y
mom2bugnbee @keithmalek You're entitled to your opinion. I've read less than 10% of this book and already I disagree, which is allowed. What you're NOT allowed to do is come to my page and call me a virtue signaller when you've never met me. I did NOT post this to bring recognition to MY moral correctness, & I would hope that anyone who has personally met me would agree. Maybe just scroll by rather than slander someone? 2y
britt_brooke Amy, you‘re amazing! 💚 2y
mom2bugnbee @britt_brooke 💚💚💚 Thank you, friend! 2y
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Scochrane26
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I‘ve been reading this over the last 6 weeks for a book study at church. The discussion has helped me think through what Kendi is teaching, & I enjoyed his stories about his journey. A valuable book for learning about racist ideas & the importance of fighting for policy changes. The question in some of our Presbyterian churches in the last couple of years is how we become better allies & policy changers.

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plemmdog
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It seemed like everyone was reading this, last summer. I finally caught up and found it engaging, particularly how Kendi was able to blend personal memoir with history

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Amandajoy
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I‘m going to come over here where the sane people live. This has been going around my FB, and to be fair, most of the comments have been supportive. I made the mistake of watching the whole segment & in addition to denigrating women in the military, he said military leadership is doing a terrible job due to the tagged book being on a reading list. (& our current stand down to work on inclusion.) This has now been moved to the top of my TBR. 🤬🤬🤬

KatieDid927 I hate him. He‘s an actual monster. However, that book is fantastic! Prob why it makes monsters mad. 2y
Amandajoy @KatieDid927 he is! Why can‘t he get cancelled? 2y
Tianarose Ugh white supremacy at its finest. My cousin tried to call me a bigot for posting an explanation of the dr suess books. 🤷🏻‍♀️I don‘t think he understands the definition. (edited) 2y
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Scochrane26
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1. Tagged on audio & The Starless Sea (Yes, I‘ve had it for a year & am just now reading it 🙄)
2. Muse by Brittany Cavallaro
3. All of them were good, but I‘ll go with Every Bone a A Prayer.
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Kalalalatja
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I struggle with how to review this book. Not because of the book, but because of my own (lack of) engagement with it. This was A LOT, and more academic than I was prepared for at the moment, and I‘m not sure audio was the best choice. It‘s a pick, though, because it is so important, and because I was moved by Kendi‘s personal experiences described in the book.

#Booked2021 #AntiRacismBook
#Pop21 - A book found on a Black Lives Matter reading list

BarbaraBB Such an honest review. I always feel guilty when I don‘t connect with an important book. 2y
KarenUK Thanks so much for such an honest review. I have this one on my #tbr for same prompt.... 2y
Megabooks Yes, I loved this book, but I can see how it‘s not for everyone. Like when he was talking about his internalized racism in the 1990s, I was in school then, and I remember what he was talking about and how Black (and white) people were encouraged to think about crime and drugs. I think it helped that even though I‘m white, he and I are roughly the same age and have the same cultural touchstones. 2y
alisiakae I haven‘t read it yet, but what @Megabooks said reminds me of how I felt when I read The New Jim Crow. I have vivid memories as a kid during the War on Drugs (Reagan years), and the “welfare queen” dog whistle years (Clinton). So I could connect what I was reading to memories of life in the US during those times. 2y
Kalalalatja @Megabooks @4thhouseontheleft @KarenUK I think being a non-American didn‘t help with my engagement. I could recognize a lot of the same issues from Denmark, but it felt a bit too distant for me to fully get it. @BarbaraBB exactly! I feel like something is “wrong” with me for not getting it, but I‘m just not sure this was the right book for me about this topic. But that doesn‘t make it any less important 2y
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amma-keep-reading
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a lot to digest.

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Kenyazero
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Ibram Kendi takes a good hard look at racism in this book. He discussed how racism tries to turn the word "racist" into an epethet so racist people can be mad about being called racist, and speaks at length about fighting racist policies that create racial inequity. I recommend this read, but it may be hard for anyone who's lives have been touched by cancer (discussed in the ending).

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Nalbuque
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Read this with a book club and it resulted in some great discussions. Felt a bit repetitive but not necessarily in a bad way, just a way that showed how truly impactful different facets of racism can be

I did listen to the audio and I rly rly disliked the narration by the author. It was soooo hard to follow even tho the content itself was very accessible and well written. Prob my only con

#BlackHistoryMonth #2021 #BlackAuthors #Resistance #Race

wisherwishinguponastar I thought the format was really effective. I agree with the repetitive observation. It made drilling a concept into your mind easy. 2y
Nalbuque @booksellerofyourdiscontent this exactly 👆🏽👆🏽 2y
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I read 5 books last month and watched 19 movies. For February, I'm doing #BookSpinBingo to try and finish all the books I started last month and TBR books. Above are the books I'm planning to try and read, in no particular order. The tagged and Network Effect are #BookSpin and #DoubleSpin

See my Jan/Feb post here: https://unidragonfrag.wordpress.com/2021/02/03/january-wrap-up-february-goals/

night_shift Also, it's Black History Month, so here's some resources! Obama's reading list: https://tinyurl.com/4jdtyyz8 Some new releases from Black authors: https://tinyurl.com/3mxkvl8t A sampling of books from Black UCLA staff: https://tinyurl.com/tp5rs2gp 2y
night_shift Also for Portland locals, the library is doing some cool things: https://tinyurl.com/47b4jthl plus here's some local Black authors to check out: https://tinyurl.com/slrsrqre 2y
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Readergrrl
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Thank you, @Chelleo for the lovely stickers!! I‘m mailing off my #BlitsySwap package tomorrow! I so enjoyed shopping for this swap! I might have purchased doubles of a couple books, just so I could have a copy too!! 😂
#BlitsyHistoryMonth
#BHMS

Chelleo Good plan! 😁 2y
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bekakins
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Very challenging to read, as you must confront your own imperfections and biases. I found this less engaging than Why I‘m no longer talking to... but don‘t know if of that is predominantly because I am British and do the experiences resonated with me more? Would definitely recommend

#TBRDeckOfCards

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JoyBlue
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I first read this very soon after publication (2019). I may have added some tags during the second reading. I'm glad to have reread it, both for discussion with friends next week and to deepen my understanding and refresh my resolve (not that it was wavering).

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NeedsMoreBooks
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This book is on very antiracism list and rightly so. Kendi provides definitions of racist and anti racist at the beginning of each chapter and shows how racism is prevalent in everything while tracing his own life and examining his own biases. I would have preferred some more concrete solutions but this is still an excellent book to read.

LoverOfLearning I'm reading his other book and wow, it is very well written and very much needed. 💝 2y
NeedsMoreBooks @LoverOfLearning it is on my TBR 🙂 2y
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mandarchy
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Just had my first student ask me for a book about antiracism, and interestingly my catalog did not recognize the search term. On my list of things to do today is write a letter to the company.

Chrissyreadit Wow! That‘s sad about not recognizing and great about anti rascism 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa How to be Antiracist and Word by Word are great reads! 2y
mandarchy The system has not caught up with the new terminology. 2y
Tianarose I‘m listening to word by word right now! Very interesting book. 2y
Nute Seems like definitely a needed system update simply based on keeping up with current times. Way to go to your student who made the inquiry! 2y
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