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So You Want to Talk About Race In This Breakout Book, Ijeoma Oluo Explores The Complex Reality Of Today S Racial Landscape From White Privilege And Police Brutality To Systemic Discrimination And The Black Lives Matter Movement Offering Straightforward Clarity That Readers Need To Contribute To The Dismantling Of The Racial DivideIn So You Want To Talk About Race, Editor At Large Of The Establishment Ijeoma Oluo Offers A Contemporary, Accessible Take On The Racial Landscape In America, Addressing Head On Such Issues As Privilege, Police Brutality, Intersectionality, Micro Aggressions, The Black Lives Matter Movement, And The N Word Perfectly Positioned To Bridge The Gap Between People Of Color And White Americans Struggling With Race Complexities, Oluo Answers The Questions Readers Don T Dare Ask, And Explains The Concepts That Continue To Elude Everyday Americans Oluo Is An Exceptional Writer With A Rare Ability To Be Straightforward, Funny, And Effective In Her Coverage Of Sensitive, Hyper Charged Issues In America Her Messages Are Passionate But Finely Tuned, And Crystalize Ideas That Would Otherwise Be Vague By Empowering Them With Aha Moment Clarity Her Writing Brings To Mind Voices Like Ta Nehisi Coates And Roxane Gay, And Jessica Valenti In Full Frontal Feminism, And A Young Gloria Naylor, Particularly In Naylor S Seminal Essay The Meaning Of A Word

About the Author: Ijeoma Oluo

Ijeoma Oluo is a Seattle based writer, speaker, and Internet Yeller She s the author of the New York Times Best Seller So You Want to Talk about Race, published in January by Seal Press Named one of the The Root s 100 Most Influential African Americans in 2017, one of the Most Influential People in Seattle by Seattle Magazine, one of the 50 Most Influential Women in Seattle by Seattle Met, and winner of the of the 2018 Feminist Humanist Award by the American Humanist Society, Oluo s work focuses primarily on issues of race and identity, feminism, social and mental health, social justice, the arts, and personal essay Her writing has been featured in The Washington Post, NBC News, Elle Magazine, TIME, The Stranger, and the Guardian, among other outlets.

10 thoughts on “So You Want to Talk About Race

  1. Gary Moreau Gary Moreau says:

    What author would write a book with a target audience that is likely to consider reading it, much less paying for it, akin to wishing for a root canal Apparently, Ijeoma Oluo I am a white, sexagenarian, male, and former CEO I am, therefore, a r cist And yes, I am being sensitive to the censors who will look at this before posting it And I accept that because this isn t about m

  2. Kara Babcock Kara Babcock says:

    Do you ever accidentally inhale a book Like, you meant to read it with your eyes, but, whoops, suddenly there it is, lodged in your esophagus and now you have to go to the hospital and explain, in various gestures, how you breathed in an entire book This happens to meoften than I would like to admit So You Want to Talk About Race, by Ijeoma Oluo, is just the latest instance Than

  3. Trish Trish says:

    People of every race are going to read this book at least I hope they are It is not written just for people still denying that racism exists in America today, but for people who know it does but do not recognize the myriad ways it manifests Oluo writes so clearly and simply, this book just a pleasure to read, despite addressing emotionally sensitive material It is so well conceive

  4. emma emma says:

    i am not going to review this beyond saying that this is an absolute must read book for everyone as i finish up my month of reading Black authors, this one s for all my white people out there if you think the solution to ending racism is reading a certain book or combination of books, you have a lotwork to do this is only the start i am spending this month reading books by Black aut

  5. Monica Monica says:

    I have a huge interest in race, diversity, inequality and how it applies in America I wanted to discover a book that I could recommend to friends and to people that I think are genuinely interested in understanding how people of color often think and feel and to be able to inhabit formulate grok a point of view that might be different from their own On the whole, I expected to underst

  6. Jenna Jenna says:

    You are either fighting the system, or you are complicit There is no neutrality to be had towards systems of injustice it is not something you can just opt out of Sometimes you read a book so powerful and so important that you wish everybody would read itSo You Want to Talk About Raceis one of those books I highlighted so many sentences and entire paragraphs that I m glad it s a Kindle

  7. Mario the lone bookwolf Mario the lone bookwolf says:

    This work goes deep to the core of the problems and dismantles the grievances that are still causing an unnecessary separation in many of the wealthiest nations on earth.The book should be read by everyone but is especially useful for white people who want to try to avoid making mistakes in getting active and to especially realize blind spots that could stay undetected That just a few dec

  8. Gabby Gabby says:

    Being privileged doesn t mean that you are always wrong and people without privilege are always right It means that there is a good chance you are missing a few very important pieces of the puzzle I am so glad I finally got around to reading this book this month, I listened to the audiobook and I feel like that is the best way to consume this book Ijeoma Oluo has such an incredible way with

  9. Tucker (TuckerTheReader) Tucker (TuckerTheReader) says:

    The following is partly a review but mostly a discussion of racism and privilege because, yes, I d like to talk about race Am I racistThis question hit me as I was sitting on my phone scrolling Instagram Around the end of May 2020, George Floyd s death took the world by storm Within hours, my feed was filled with BlackLivesMatter and black screens I got a message saying Removed for privacy ta

  10. Bill Kerwin Bill Kerwin says:

    There are timeless books Ta Nehisi Coates Between the World and Me is a timeless book Then there is another category of books I would call books for our time And Between the World and Me is that kind of book too But consider Ijeoma Oluo s So You Want to Talk About Race It is definitely a book for our time, yet I doubt many people me included would ever consider it a timeless book Yet paradoxica

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