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Fan Squiggy and the six women continue the discussion on ideas from “White Fragility” by Robin Diangelo, concluding with their final book reports. How can they learn to speak up, fight against white solidarity, and just keep stumbling forward? Would they recommend this book to other readers?
- Activism and the POCnic in Prince Edward County, Ontario
- Racist words behind closed doors
- White Solidarity/“white silence is violence”/learning to speak up
- Tone policing and white fragility
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