Added: January 2018

“How do I tell someone they sound racist?” “What happens if someone tells me I’ve said something racist?” Jay Smooth provides a powerful and applicable metaphor for discussing race and racism and learning to receive feedback when we’ve unintentionally said something that promotes racism. It’s a call to re-wire our orientation to naming racism, to receiving feedback about racism, and an invitation to all of us to be more courageous and more straight-forward in naming injustice.

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