NEW BOOK RELEASED!
APRIL 25, 2014
‘A Safe Place
to Talk about Race -
10 Thought-Provoking Interviews’
With Sharon E. Davis from her
VoiceAmerica radio show,
“A Safe Place to Talk about Race.”
Some of the most respected luminaries share what we need to dig our way out of this ditch of racism today. Thanks to the feedback on the early radio shows, topics include:
- Hate Groups
- Opening New Chapters
- ALL America, and so much more
All of the first 25 radio show guests are ‘book worthy’, and gave us gems and jewels of great insight to emulate. The hardest part was selecting just 10 guests in this debut anthology. They break the ‘DON’T TALK RULE’ and address questions and comments such as:
- How did this child become a hate group member?
- Are Asian-Americans really quiet on racism?
- I think he has some Black running through your veins.
- Did LGBT groups hijack the Civil Rights Movement of the ’60’s?
- Do Black and Brown people hold themselves down? Must People of Color ‘act and try to look White’ to get ahead?
- Why does Metro Detroit have the largest population of Arabs/Chaldeans in the U.S.?
- Do White males choose to be privileged?
- Must educators first reduce racism to raise K-12 test scores?
- What happens in 35 years that will make our lives easy or hard in the U.S. on race matters?
- What did the 2 descendants of Plessy vs Ferguson do when they first met? Did “Separate but Equal” still take the day?
The book is an INTERACTIVE LEARNING TOOL. If you’re looking for a way to cut through the noise of news headlines, this easy to read book is geared for classes, book clubs, families, friends, and community organizations to engage in dialogue together. Individuals can also privately absorb and reflect. Chapter interviews also include:
- An introduction
- Point-by-point Section Headings
- Stimulating and Provoking Questions AND
- Space for Notes.
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