Hello and welcome!
I have a new episode up on my podcast, where I reviewed White Fragility; Why it is so hard for white people to talk about racism by Robin Diangelo
As a black person, I am giving my opinion and why I think you shouldn’t read this book if you are looking to understand racism and how you can be an ally in squashing racism.
This book has been so often recommended and I decided to read it hoping that it would discuss the dangers of white fragility, fake tears, white centrality, and unreasonable fear and blatant lies on the lives of black people BUT it doesn’t do this. It basically explains and tries to justify why white women feel the need to protect and claim their stance of not being racist even when they do dumb racist stuff.
Leave a comment recommending a book anyone should read to understand racial inequality and the dangers that Black people face because of racism.
Thanks for reading.