Author Robin DiAngelos articulates in her book, “White Fragility” the need for white people to understand and discuss racism.
What are the top reads of 2018 for you? What books made lasting impressions on your faith, work and home life, or relationships?
A book titled “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Race” has drawn a few negative reviews online, seemingly underscoring its premise about it being difficult for White people to talk about racism.
Here is a list of books by women authors whose writings challenge global White supremacist, capitalist, patriarchal power structures.
White people like me should use the term because it shifts the race problem to us, where it belongs.
The need for students to learn about racism in American society existed long before I began teaching a course called “White Racism” at Florida Gulf Coast University earlier this year.
Hill talks confronting how whiteness shapes how he views the world and calls on other White Christians to embark on their own racial and cultural journey.
For those who stumble over the “pro-” being only for “Black,”—don’t worry. Being for Black people is also being for you.
Pastor Tony Evans released a statement clarifying his views on critical race theory after Southern Baptist Convention leaders denounced the theoretical framework.
The Race Card Project eases people into conversations around the uneasy topic of race and racism.
The new issue of Faithfully Magazine features Anthony Evans, John M. Perkins, and Kathy Khang. Download the digital edition now.
The conservative campaign against Critical Race Theory reaches Cru, one of the nation’s most well-known college ministries.