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Author Fidel, Kondwani, author.

Title The antiracist : how to start the conversation about race and take action / Kondwani Fidel ; foreword by Devin Allen.

Publication Info. New York : Hot Books, [2020]
Location Call No. Status
 Naper Blvd. Adult Nonfiction-NEW  305.8 FID    DUE 01-19-21
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Description xxiii, 147 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Summary We are in an era where many Americans express the sentiment, “I thought we were past that,” when a public demonstration of racism comes across their radar. Long before violence committed by police was routinely displayed on jumbotrons publicizing viral executions, the Black community has continually tasted the blood from having police boots in their mouths, ribs, and necks. The widespread circulation of racial injustices is the barefaced truth hunting us down, forcing us to confront the harsh reality—we haven’t made nearly as much racial progress as we thought.
Subject Fidel, Kondwani.
Race discrimination -- Maryland -- Baltimore.
African Americans -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- Social conditions.
Baltimore (Md.) -- Race relations.
Added Author Allen, Devin.
ISBN 9781510764200 (hardcover)
1510764208 (hardcover)
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