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How to Be an Antiracist Book Club

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  • Last Update August 13, 2020

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This six-week book club will discuss the book, How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi and includes a copy of the book. Led by Tosha Herron-Bruff and Amy Ledbetter Parham

"An Amazon Best Book of August 2019: Most people will tell you that racism is all about hatred and ignorance. In How to Be an Antiracist, Ibram X. Kendi's follow-up to his National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Beginning, he explains that racism is ultimately structural. Racism directs attention away from harmful, inequitable policies and turns that attention on the people harmed by those policies. Kendi employs history, science, and ethics to describe different forms of racism; at the same time, he follows the events and experiences of his own life, adapting a memoir approach that personalizes his arguments."

Add to Calendar 09/18/2020 12:00 PM 09/18/2020 01:00 PM America/Chicago How to Be an Antiracist Book Club Click HERE for course homepage to view login information. Log onto your account at www.habitattexas.org, then the course homepage, for login information. This is an online event FREQ=WEEKLY;BYDAY=FR;INTERVAL=1

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As Vice President of Government Relations and Public Affairs, Tosha oversees public policy and serves as a liaison and spokesperson within the community. She spends much of her time at City Hall, promoting affordable housing policy and advancing a wide range of issues from equitable access to land and credit, and neighborhood revitalization. Prior to this role, she successfully led Dallas Habitat’s Homeownership center, that has served thousands of families through their counseling and mortgage readiness programs. Tosha’s housing career began in her father’s real estate company, CENTURY 21 Galloway-Herron, where she helped lead one of the top producing real estate offices in Dallas. She works as a national housing advocate in Washington D.C. on behalf of Dallas Habitat and currently serves on the City’s Housing Policy Taskforce Committee and Children’s Health Advisory Board. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
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Material Includes

  • The book will be mailed to you at no cost. You may choose from a hard copy or Kindle version.

Requirements

  • Being an antiracist requires:
  • Persistent self-awareness
  • Regular self-examination
  • Constant self-criticism

Target Audience

  • According to the author, it isn't enough to not be a racist. Instead, be actively against racism, or an antiracist.
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