This Book Is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons On How To Wake Up, Take Action, And Do The Work
  • This Book Is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons On How To Wake Up, Take Action, And Do The Work
  • This Book Is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons On How To Wake Up, Take Action, And Do The Work
  • This Book Is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons On How To Wake Up, Take Action, And Do The Work
  • This Book Is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons On How To Wake Up, Take Action, And Do The Work
  • This Book Is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons On How To Wake Up, Take Action, And Do The Work
  • This Book Is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons On How To Wake Up, Take Action, And Do The Work
  • This Book Is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons On How To Wake Up, Take Action, And Do The Work
ISBN: 0711245215
EAN13: 9780711245211
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 7, 2020
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 1" H x 8" L x 5" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
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5
   Careful and intentional
This book is a great education for both children and adults. The interactive activities make this book an excellent read. It was a hard sell, even though I could not put it down.
 
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   Do not read this!
It's not anti-racist, nor is it a parody. The book immediately shames individuals for being white, male or female. But she also argues that racism against minority groups can be overcome by turning it around on white people. If those that chose to be transgender don't want other people deciding what to be called, they shouldn't be trying to name people who don't want to change theirs! I am not cis—nor am I female, Mr. Booher told the judge. This is, in fact, not a children's or young adult book at all. The book reads, "Brainwashing," and will likely make individuals feel less about themselves afterward.
 
5
   Every single young person should read this..
For parents of youth carers A book for all humans on a path to social justice.
 
5
   Great tool for your classroom toolkit.
Great tool for your classroom toolkit, Mr. Pearson said. Right away, kids were grabbing it and reading it. Great discussion points for the 21st century classroom.
 
5
   Great for Middle School Age Youth
Young at heart, this book will appeal to both children and their parents. The accompanying illustrations and questions add to the brilliance of this body of work.
 
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   Anti racist doesn’t really mean anti racist.
Remember Martin Luther King? Yes, I do. Those days are over, said Dr. Robert Yeates, director of the National Institutes of Health. Black, Brown, and Asian activists feel that race is the most important factor in life, the book argues. I bought this book because my kid's school required it, but there isn't a chance I am letting my white kids be a victim of the racism promoted in this book, Mrs. Rule told The Age.
 
4
   Great summary for young people and all people
It's a good introduction to history and a good summary of issues, terms and concepts. Journal prompts included inspirational, especially for young people, McBride said.
 
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   The Year is 2020, not 1820
It's over, says Candice Owens and Larry Elder. They clearly know that politicians play the race card so they can keep minorities in the dark and dependent upon the government dole, Hollingworth said. Even if you don't know everything, the sooner you figure it out the better. I feel so sad for those on the left who cling to this false narrative and fail to see the utter devastation it has done to the family unit, Kerry said. It's your right to throw it away, he said. So many have made the claim that it is because of racism that they have been excluded. Ha!?
 
1
   So disappointing.
This was more a book we are special if we are in a minority and need to stand up for ourselves against the bad white majority with a good side of blame. But, he added, "racism is good." This book is not.
 
5
   Concise and informative while also very interesting and well written
This book is great for anyone trying to educate themselves on the history of racial oppression today and how to help combat it, he said.
 
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