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Rutgers-Camden Anti-Racism Book Study (Fall 2020): So You Want to Talk About Race: Chapter 17

Chapter 17 - Talking is great, but what else can I do?

Discussion Prompt For Chapter 17

The final chapter, "Talking is great, but what else can I do?," discusses some actions you can take to battle systemic racism using the knowledge you've gained from this book and from your conversations on race. What are some actions you can take in your community, your schools, your workplace, and your local government? What are some local antiracism efforts in your community that you can join or support? 

From the Book Discussion Guide.

Be Anti-Racist

Not being racist is not enough. In How to be an Anti-racist, Ibram X. Kendi discusses the need to be explicitly anti-racist.

What If...?

Nita Mosby Tyler considers the question, "What if white people led the charge to end racism?"

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