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I would like to read this with my cousin. Her and I are in an uphill battle trying to open the eyes of other family members about racism!
Some of my co workers
Myself. I want to learn more. I work in NY. At the moment in Brazil for a month. I am hoping to enter people’s reality. My brother in law would also benefit from the book. He is the main leader in Rio for the movement fighting racism.
Want to read it again but with a friend who is not believing her daughter, son-in-law & Grand daughters experience racism. Adopted daughter years ago from Korea who is married to a black man & has 2 beautiful girls. Needless to say, this is causing many issues!
My sister, an anti-racist advocate looking for opportunities to engage in such a community and network. We discuss environmental racism, racial justice and systemic racism yet would both like to learn more from experts like Dr. Tisby. Looking forward to diving into this book!
I have multiple friends that I would love to read the book alongside, as well as some colleagues at the University of Mississippi. I will forward it to some friends - Bridget Jessie, and Donyale- all of whom I Have been in churches with at various times and we've had conversations about racism and social justice and what the church can do.
I have two young friends whose parents are from Taiwan. They both go to a Christian high school. We recently had a good conversation that discussed racism as well as other aspects of the political scene in America today. I think reading (re-reading for me) this book alongside them, and perhaps with other friends they might invite into the conversation would be good for all of us.
My friend, German Architect, and I are seniors obviously from different countries and cultures. Since he lives here in the USA now he has observed both differences and similarities in the living out of racism in our nation's. We'd like so much to read this together and help other seniors who are stuck in their thinking from the 1960s & 1970s that "The problems were resolved then in both peace and violent civic movements, what is the need to revisit any of it now?" Thank you, Jemar, for your diligence and wisdom in continually guiding the world's people to both do and be better.
K L Starr