The Blurb On The Back:
”We don’t see color.”
“I didn’t know Black people liked Star Wars.”
When Frederick Joseph was a Black student in a largely white high school there were many hurtful comments that he often just let go. Now he and fourteen other prominent artists and activists discuss their experiences of racism in their teenage years and beyond.
Offering himself as a friend to the reader, Joseph explores everything from cultural appropriation to “reverse racism” and white privilege.
Both a conversation starter and a tool kit, this is an essential read for committed anti-racists and newcomers to the cause of racial justice alike.
The Review (Cut For Spoilers):