Waking Up White: The Final Chapters Wrapping up my Waking Up White blog challenge.
I’ve been having some interesting and challenging conversations on race recently. One of the things that seems most difficult for people I encounter to wrap their minds around is the concept of institutional racism. Raised on the belief that democratic law and justice are impartial, it’s hard for Americans to understand how a “system” can... Continue Reading →
Waking Up White: Chapter 24 - Everyone is Different; Everyone Belongs The author discusses her children's school, where diversity is valued but children of color fall behind white students nonetheless
Blog Challenge: Waking Up White - Chapter 23: "Diversity Training" In which the author examines why she tends to stay among people like herself.
Waking Up White: Chapter 22 - Why Do I Always End Up With White People? In which the author unpacks a day at the park.
Waking Up White: Chapter 20 - My Robin Hood Syndrome In which Marie Antoinette discovers why those ungrateful peasants failed to thank her for the cakes.