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Ibram X. Kendi 54m
This never gets old. is back on the New York Times bestseller list. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
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Wake Forest News 5h
Come celebrate with Ibram X. Kendi – Kendi will speak on Jan. 20 at 7 p.m. in Wait Chapel. The talk is co-organized by and and is free and open to the public.
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Jennifer Dryer 6h
Thanks to for letting me fangirl and read the first chapter of Stamped by and Can’t wait until March to get my own copy!!
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Diana Hurd 12h
: be better about sharing the books I’m reading. First one up is by and proud to say we are reading it as a group here .
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NC State University 12h
Beyond "I have a dream" — X. Kendi explores the we thought we knew and how to be an antiracist in this year's Martin Luther King Jr. campus commemoration speech.
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Ibram X. Kendi 13h
Replying to @gordon_daniel_p
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Daniel P. Gordon 13h
A book suggestion for all my well-intentioned friends and colleagues as we approach MLK day, but with the caveat it is about much, much more than black and white. “...the car of racism can drive just as far with the right intentions.” Thank you
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Phillips Exeter Jan 16
We're thrilled to have X. Kendi keynote our MLK Day celebration. Can't wait to hear his wisdom.
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ALA Booklist Jan 16
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jackie Jan 16
Please ready How to be an Antiracist by . I’m about halfway through and it is phenomenal! A must read for everybody, for sure people who care about equity or work in government but also especially EVERYBODY!!
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Olivia A. Cole Jan 16
In this write-up over at , calls “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You” by “extraordinary.” I believe him and I can’t wait.
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Rosemary G. Feal Jan 16
Every once in a while you read THAT book. Just finished "How To Be an Antiracist." Researched exquisitely. Combines personal with sociopolitical. Made me think about antiracism in a whole new way.
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Erik Gleibermann Jan 15
If you liked Ibram X. Kendi’s How to be An Antiracist and have children in your life (or need an easier read) he’s publishing AntiRacist Baby next summer, which will be one title in my article on a new generation of anti-racist picture books
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tonya Jan 14
joined me to talk about the swing voters we aren’t talking about. “These are voters swinging between voting Democrat or not voting at all. And this group of swing voters are predominantly young people and young people of color.
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Ibram X. Kendi Jan 14
I had the opportunity to discuss my essay on the with on NPR’s . Check out our discussion.
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RickieTicklez Jan 14
“Once we lose hope, we are guaranteed to lose” A quote from the final pages of brilliant book “How To Be An Antiracist” - that I strongly urge all friends and strangers to read.
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The King Center Jan 14
is included in ’s book ‘Why We Can’t Wait.’ Have you read/listened to it? The Letter is the featured Kingian piece for the 2020 King Holiday, . Today’s Highlighted LFBJ Passage in a Thread: [Please share your thoughts]
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Pande Literary Jan 8
"Required reading for everyone, especially those invested in the future of young people in America." Thank you to for the 🌟 review of STAMPED by & ! We hope for this book to find its way to young readers & educators alike.
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Greg Hedgepeth Jan 13
America is in deep denial about just how racist their country/our country really is. What does “I’m not racist” really mean?
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A2MEND Jan 13
Dr. Ibram Kendi, will be a keynote speaker at the 13th Annual African American Male Summit March 4-6, 2020. Dr. Ibram Kendi is the author of the book How to be an Antiracist.
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