Making Sense of Racism
Based on the groundbreaking work of Rita Starr who created programs that move beyond talking about racism to strengthening people’s capacity to work for substantive change. Making Sense of Racism explains how people are conditioned to participate in racism. It assists the reader in recognizing racism and interacting more effectively with people who don’t.
I really love the humanity in the book: there is no shame and no blame. Starr has so much compassion for everyone scarred in any way by racial injustice, whether as a person of color targeted by racism or as a person of European descent who was conditioned – often violently – to fear and dislike those with darker skin. All are welcome here. Amazon Customer
Making Sense of Racism is available in print for $14.99 or Kindle format for $9.99. Book in print includes shipping anywhere in the continental United States.
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