Overcoming Our Racism: The Journey to Liberation
"'We shall overcome, ' but how? Derald Wing Sue points us to a path. He invites readers to engage him in dialogues to confront the master narrative of American history-- the story that this country was settled by European immigrants and that Americans are white.Taking us beyond the Black and White binary, he illuminates the experiences of Americans of the twenty-first century's society of expanding ethnic diversity." --Ronald Takaki, author, "A Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America"
"This book is intended to provoke and challenge, and it succeeds admirably. Sometimes it even made me angry, but it always forced me to think about myself and assess the way I behave."--Arthur Levine, Ph.D., president, Teachers College, Columbia University
"Dr. Sue is mapping a warrior's path with a compassionate heart.This book will take the discussion of racism in our society to a new level in which we can finally begin to address it in a manner that will bring deep changes and not just more rhetoric."--Eduardo Duran, Ph.D., Apache/Tewa, author, "Buddha in Redface"
"Most of us have internalized attitudes that affect our actions in negative and unfair ways toward people of color. Sue's book allows us to understand those attitudes as well as the white privilege most White Americans do not realize they possess! All thinking people who wish to increase integrity in their interactions with others should read this book!"--Melba J. T. Vasquez, Ph.D., ABPP, past president, American Psychological Association's Society for the Psychology of Women
"This singular book provides racially clueless and sometimes well-meaning people with the tools and context to liberate themselves-- and the rest of us-- from their destructive ways. Though the book centers on racism and whiteness, it also gives an insightful approach to other biased behavior, whether based on gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, or other common markers of prejudice. Most important, this book offers all of us the hope that constructive change is not only possible but within our capacity to achieve."--Helen Zia, author, "Asian American Dreams: The Emergence of An American People"
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Review: Overcoming Our Racism: The Journey to LiberationUser Review - Goodreads
This was the most personally difficult book for me to read, as it challenged what it means to be White, but the most rewarding and ultimately freeing book for me. I am currently re-reading this book in order for me to teach my students about awareness of racism within themselves.
Review: Overcoming Our Racism: The Journey to LiberationUser Review - Jeff - Goodreads
If this book doesn't make you angry, then there is something wrong with you. However, by becoming angry you will examine things in a different light. You are not bad, but you must become aware of things in the world to help ensure you don't become a racist. Challenging, but worth it. Read full review
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