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Meghan Hatch-Geary Feb 21
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Ibram X. Kendi Feb 13
Today is a special day in the life of . It is six months old today and celebrating on bestseller list—its 10th week. My well is full of gratitude. So full. So very full. 🙏🏾
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Ibram X. Kendi Jan 17
This never gets old. is back on the New York Times bestseller list. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
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Bill Melone Nov 30
Gotta get 'em started young on by
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Tricia Ebarvia, writing & (mostly) away... Jan 8
Replying to @triciaebarvia
I want to put in every Ts hands.
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Jay Wamsted Feb 18
Dear White Teacher, "There is no such thing as a nonracist or race-neutral policy. Every policy in every institution in every community in every nation is producing or sustaining either racial inequity or equity between racial groups" -
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Kristen Seversky Nov 18
"Americans swear to be not racist, but they fail to define what is racist. The heartbeat of racism is denial." -
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Calvinist Batman 7h
I was excited to see ’s book on the most prominent display in my small town’s only family bookstore. I love that this book is reaching so many people.
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Cari Herndon Nov 4
Fortunate to have received insight into education policy, racism, & antiracism from . His first book, "Stamped from the Beginning" left me asking, "What work should I do to be 'anti-racist' & not just 'not a racist'?" I'm eager to read & get to work.
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American U Alumni Dec 6
Join us for an exciting Facebook Live conversation with Kendi around his recent book, . Learn about what an antiracist society might look like, and how we can all play a role in building it! Tuesday, December 10, 3–4 p.m. EST.
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Hashim Mteuzi Jan 5
Peace . I just read and brother... THANK YOU for sharing this enlightening text with us.
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Stefan Bradley Jan 9
It was wonderful to spend time with one of the greatest thinkers of this generation Ibram X. Kendi at the ! Thankful for him.
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Joe Truss - Culturally Responsive Leadership Feb 19
When things get chaotic, the racists will come out stronger and promote further racist beliefs and policies. They’ve been waiting. They will get loud. Trying to tip the scale back towards racism. We won’t let them though.
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David Stamps Dec 29
Im reading text and it’s got me all in my head. Leaving 2019 extra and going into #2020 super . ✊🏾
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Tricia Ebarvia, writing & (mostly) away... Jan 8
Replying to @triciaebarvia
In addition to the victim blaming ("motivation" and "parenting"), knowingly or unknowingly, Ts who point to a "genetic" difference participate in a history of the kind of racist thinking used to justify chattel slavery.
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Ibram X. Kendi Feb 5
Wonderful to see in ’s 10 must-read Black History Month book recommendations!
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Dr Debbie Donsky 🏳️‍🌈🐢 Dec 6
Looking forward to our final book club learning about 's book where we will learn about Sketchnoting our thinking
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Sylvia M. Burwell Dec 6
Professor and executive director of the ’s chronicles his personal journey to anti-racism and offers hope for the future. It was named a top 100 notable book of 2019!
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Kelly Lawlor Feb 20
Working on a little vacation reading: “To be antiracist is to view national and transnational ethnic groups as equal in all their differences.” Quoted from
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Tashia 🏳️‍🌈 Feb 19
We’ve just finished reading Cutting School by Noliwe Rooks (I haven’t finished it YET, but I HIGHLY recommend) and we’re going to be jumping into ’s in March.
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