What White People Can Do Next
THE SUNDAY TIMES AND IRISH TIMES BESTSELLER
‘An absolute blockbuster of clear thinking and new angles…the most clear, alliance building, shame removing look at race. Emma is once-in-a generation clever’ Caitlin Moran
We need to talk about racial injustice in a different way: one that builds on the revolutionary ideas of the past and forges new connections.
In this incisive, radical and practical essay, Emma Dabiri – acclaimed author of Don’t Touch My Hair – draws on years of research and personal experience to challenge us to create meaningful, lasting change.
‘Impactful . . . Emma expertly outlines how the idea of race was constructed to bolster capitalism and explains how, in a divided world, unity and coalition are needed to create a future that works for everyone’ Cosmopolitan
Groundbreaking, rich, heartbreaking . . . a highly charged history -- Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff * Guardian * FASCINATING, educational, personal, humble and engaging. I urge you to read it! -- Marian Keyes A scintillating, intellectual investigation into black women and the very serious business of our hair, as it pertains to race, gender, social codes, tradition, culture, cosmology, maths, politics, philosophy and history -- Bernardine Evaristo * The Times Literary Supplement 'Books of the Year' * - -- Praise for * Don't Touch My Hair *
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