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So You Want to Talk About Race
This New York Times bestseller by Ijeoma Oluo takes an unflinching look at race in America, covering everything from intersectionality to white privilege. With empathy and clarity, Oluo provides readers with the tools to engage in honest conversations about racism, even in difficult situations like confronting a friend's racist jokes or discussing white privilege. A must-read for anyone looking to educate themselves on race in America and take productive anti-racist action.
LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS BOOK! – source
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City in the Middle of the Night
Explore a divided planet where two cities serve as the last bastions of civilization on a frozen wasteland. Join Sophie, a young student, as she faces exile and an uncertain future after being a part of a failed revolution. Follow her and her fellow exiles as they navigate the dangerous world inside the last remaining cities, while uncovering a painful secret. Enter the City in the Middle of the Night and discover what it takes to change the world.
This book is amazing. Read it! – source
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